Brian Sokutu
Senior Print Journalist
3 minute read
7 Jun 2022
5:45 am

Ramaphosa’s ‘crisis of credibility’: Avoiding questions about Sars and the $4 million

Brian Sokutu

'Something that has been underscored is the requirement for transparent and effective management,' a political analyst said.

A South African Revenue Service (Sars) office. Picture: iStock

As pressure continued to mount on President Cyril Ramaphosa to come clean on whether the alleged millions in proceeds from the sale of game on his Limpopo farm two years ago were declared to the South African Revenue Service (Sars) and the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), political analysts and opposition parties were united in calling on him to make a full disclosure. This, they said, could save his credibility, which is at risk. Crisis of credibility In an attempt to divert attention from the key question of whether he declared earnings from the sale of game on his farm...