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Solidarity takes a stand against tax plundering. We tackle Eskom as part of the Solidarity Tax Fist. In August 2019, we achieved a huge victory when former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe’s application for leave to appeal was denied. Solidarity immediately started taking steps to collect the cost order and to ensure that the R110 million that Molefe had plundered from the Eskom pension fund be repaid. Molefe was ordered to pay almost all Solidarity’s costs. A warrant has already been issued for this and the sheriff is currently awaiting our instructions. Solidarity has not received any response from the Nation Prosecuting Authority, and therefore we approached Advocate Gerrie Nel of AfriForum’s private prosecution unit to ensure justice is done. We are sick and tired of tax money being wasted.
Give your mandate and be a tax activist!
You can also be part of this lawful tax protest. Join our case; say “no” to tax money being wasted and demand accountability from state institutions.
What will happen now:
Failed state entities gobble up billions of rands every year. Yet, the state is still recklessly investing your tax money in those enterprises. That is why Solidarity came up with a five-point tax fist.
Solidarity has already tasted success with the SABC-8 court case, and Hlaudi Motsoeneng is still paying off the costs order against him.
Solidarity is now going to have Brian Molefe prosecuted privately after the National Prosecuting Authority declined to do so.
Solidarity is preparing court papers to demand accountability from directors in terms of the Companies Act.
Solidarity has already asked for investigations and prosecution under the Companies Act.
Solidarity will now proceed with an application to have the SAA placed in business rescue.
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Herewith the latest news regarding Solidarity’s case against Brian Molefe. With these documents Mr Molefe confirms that he will pay the money he owes to Solidarity within 30 days. However, Solidarity rejected the proposal and gave him seven days to pay. Follow the link to read the documents.