Corruption Watch says it is convinced that South African Revenue Services (SARS) Commissioner, Tom Moyane, has a case to answer.
The anti-corruption organisation claims Moyane allegedly failed to report two senior employees accused of financial irregularities to the Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation.
This follows the findings of the Financial Intelligence Centre detailing allegations of fraud and corruption against Jonas Makwakwa and Kelly-Anne Elskie.
They relate to suspicious transactions of over a million rand.
Speaking on AM Live Executive director of Corruption Watch, David Lewis, says they want the Hawks to investigate and charge Moyane.
“We are pretty certain that he’s broken the law. In fact he was informed by the Financial Intelligence Centre of these very strong allegations against senior officials at SARS some time ago and he has not reported this to the police and we are interested to know why and we’re interested to know when the Hawks are going to charge him for this. The FIC also gave him the report in which the allegations of corruption are detailed and he then promptly showed the report to the two people implicated in the allegations which again are a criminal offence and we will charge him in relation to that.”