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SARS, NPA to go after taxpayers with outstanding returns
SARS, NPA to go after taxpayers with outstanding returns
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has embarked on a new initiative with the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to prosecute non-compliant...
VAT not all bad news
VAT not all bad news
The bad news, as we all know, is that value added tax (VAT) has gone up by a percentage point to 15% but the good news is that in today’s tough...
In the headlines: A wrap of the day's newspapers
In the headlines: A wrap of the day's newspapers
SA's state-owned enterprises (SOEs) have been classified "red", "amber" or "green" in a matrix put together by the Treasury, while...
SARS undershoots revenue target by R0.7-billion
SARS undershoots revenue target by R0.7-billion
The taxman collected R1.216-trillion in revenue for the 2017/18 financial year, this is R0.7-billion or 0.06% lower than the revenue target set by...
Can Radebe flip the light switch?
Can Radebe flip the light switch?
The energy industry and civil society have welcomed Jeff Radebe’s appointment to the ministry, despite being an “unknown quantity” in the...
EFF rejects Ramaphosa's Cabinet reshuffle
EFF rejects Ramaphosa's Cabinet reshuffle
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has rejected President Cyril Ramaphosa's Cabinet reshuffle, saying it was a realignment of corrupt and...
Hawks' eerie silence on Gupta files
Hawks' eerie silence on Gupta files
The Hawks have wasted no time in pursuing the whistle-blower who exposed the Gupta hand in “Nenegate” – yet the elite police unit denied any...
Pressure on finance minister ahead of his first budget
Pressure on finance minister ahead of his first budget
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is in the pressure cooker in the lead up to Wednesday's budget speech in Parliament where he is expected to lay out...
SA will miss 2014 economic growth target - Nene
SA will miss 2014 economic growth target - Nene
South Africa will probably miss this year's economic growth target of 2.7%, with a five-month mining strike hurting everything from government...
Rand slightly firmer; stocks may open flat
Rand slightly firmer; stocks may open flat
South Africa's rand firmed slightly against the dollar on Tuesday but was seen lacking momentum to push through key levels in the absence of key...

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