New SA Revenue Service (Sars) boss Edward Kieswetter is embroiled in a bitter row with the former CEO of a state-owned tech finance institution, whose board he chairs.
Barlow Manilal, who was fired as CEO of the Technology Innovation Agency last month, has penned a 22-page complaint that levels accusations of bullying and interference against Kieswetter.
Chief among the complaints is how Kieswetter – who was handpicked by President Cyril Ramaphosa to clean up Sars – allegedly tried to strong-arm him into granting a lucrative contract to a friend.
Kieswetter has strongly denied Manilal’s accusations, labelling them defamatory.
Read the full story in the Sunday Times.