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Gartner under fire in Sars probe

 

 

"Gartner has become embroiled in a management scandal at the South African Revenue Service after it emerged that the US IT research company secured an almost R200-million contract without proper procurement procedures being followed.  SARS hired Gartner to assess its IT and modernisation programmes, one of several initiatives spearheaded by commissioner Tom Moyane that failed to produce the desired results and coincided with the agency repeatedly missing its collection targets. President Cyril Ramaphosa suspended Moyane in March and appointed a panel headed by retired judge Robert Nugent to investigate his time in office."

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