Johannesburg - Former Sars boss Tom Moyane will know on Tuesday whether he will be granted permission to cross-examine Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan at the Zondo commission.
Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo had in March heard arguments from Moyane's legal representative advocate Dali Mpofu on why he should be granted permission to cross-examine Gordhan.
Gordhan had testified last year at the inquiry and implicated Moyane saying he had lied to Parliament about his involvement in the awarding of a debt collection tender at Sars.
Mpofu argued that Moyane had to be granted permission to question Gordhan because he is the one that is corrupt and there remain questions of his alleged involvement in a rogue unit at Sars.
Mpofu said the only way Moyane would be able to defend himself is if he is allowed to cross-examine Gordhan and also provide his own version of events. Mpofu said Gordhan had been hostile to Moyane and was racist toward him. He also argued that the allegations of a rogue unit at Sars need to be heard by the Zondo commission.