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Tom Moyane is fighting for his retirement to the High Court



Moyane lawyer, Eric Mabuza, said they were expecting the ConCourt to refuse the application until they created a lawsuit plan to the High Court application so that that opportunity could be take.

CLÀR: Tom Moyane at newsletters in Johannesburg. Photograph: Kayleen Morgan / EWN

PRETORY – Tom Moyane's South African Legislative Service Commissioner (Sars) is currently an old soldier for his position to play in the High Court after the Constitutional Court rejected its claim.

Moyane had gone to the apex court to examine the establishment of the Nugent Research Commission.

President Cyril Ramaphosa recently launched Moyane as proposed in the interim report of the Nugent Commission.

Moyane had also asked the High Court to withdraw his / her decision to complete the Constitutional Court application.

Moyane lawyer, Eric Mabuza, said they were expecting a & # 39; The Constitutional Court rejected the application until they created a lawsuit plan to the High Court application so that that opportunity could be taken.

In the request, Moyane says that if an agreement court does not agree to a & # 39; hearing his review application, ask him to do the court step.

This case was set to hear it next Tuesday and Thursday.

A Constitutional Court decision is to; means that Moy's fighting for his retirement has a great deal of time longer than the way the court is going to do it; one of the parties may appeal to the High Court and at the end to the end; Constitutional Court.

This also means Ramaphosa needs to defer President Sars's president.

(Prepared by Thapelo Lekabe)


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