Tom Monyane’s legal action to set aside his firing as head of SARS has led to a rising costs. After his defeat in the Supreme Court last week, he has now turned to the Constitutional Court to reverse the ruling of the Pretoria Court.
Judgment against Monyane were in most cases awarded with penalty costs.
It seems that all the ‘big wigs’ in the country are nowadays burdened by the decisions of the courts, and political analysts believe it can contribute to reducing mismanagement and corruption.
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