Julius Malema's third attempt to reach a settlement with Sars has succeeded. He apologised and has agreed to disclose his finances in full to Sars.
The real number of South Africa's super rich may be far higher than present estimates.
The high court in Pretoria has ruled against Radovan Krejcir's application to have parts of the Sars case against him deemed inadmissible.
South Africa will confidently meet its budget deficit target of 4% GDP after the revenue service exceeded its tax target.
Reality used to be a friend of Julius Malema. But where there is milk and honey, there are also wishes and pipe dreams. Welcome to Malemaville.
A final order to sequestrate the convicted drug dealer Glenn Agliotti's estate has been issued, says the South African Revenue Services.
While Julius Malema seeks to postpone his sequestration hearing by reversing an admission of liability, analysts say it won't help his case.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has thanked the more than six million people who filed their tax returns on time.
Seven customs officials and two police officers have been arrested for allegedly trying to extort money from rich foreigners.
Retired Judge Bernard Ngoepe said during his appointment as SA's new tax ombudsmad that he would like to create confidence with the public.
The state's revenue streams are better than expected, thanks to above-average wage increases.
More than 50 MPs and at least one Cabinet minister have missed the deadline to disclose their business interests to Parliament.
Sarsâ€™s new super-efficient setup at borders should clear paperwork and delays, and curb corruption.
Curators have applied for a court order against EFF leader Julius Malema, says the South African Revenue Service.
Julius Malema's comments about Sars poses a serious threat to the tax-collecting agency's integrity, it says.
This is not the economic freedom Julius Malema imagined. It's time to face the naked truth, Juju: not even the clothes on your back are safe.
Julius Malema sets out to conquer SA politics but when money's too tight to mention and the taxman cometh, are they just beggars in red berets?
This week on the M&G Newsroom, we'll look at why Oupa Magashula had to resign, whether Eskom can keep the lights on, and what the new cabinet means.