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Giants cost SA billions in lost taxes
Giants cost SA billions in lost taxes
Revelations that South Africa is losing an estimated R7-billion a year because of tax avoidance by multinationals has highlighted calls to rethink...
Idle watchdogs take a beating
Idle watchdogs take a beating
Assume a corrupt politician somehow managed to get himself into the highest office in the land, holding sway with heavy hitters in the ruling party...
Court turns down Moyane's bid to have Trengove recused
Court turns down Moyane's bid to have Trengove recused
Former South African Revenue Service boss Tom Moyane has failed in his bid to have Wim Trengove, SC recused from representing Judge Robert Nugent...
Gordhan to finally appear before Zondo commission
Gordhan to finally appear before Zondo commission
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan is expected to deliver his long-awaited testimony before the commission of inquiry into state capture on...
Sars to pay R20-billion owed in VAT refunds
Sars to pay R20-billion owed in VAT refunds
More than 70% of the revenue shortfall that South Africa faces in 2018 is because of a four-year backlog of unpaid value-added tax (VAT) refunds....
Union deductions not paid to Sars
Union deductions not paid to Sars
The National Transport Movement (NTM) union is in financial distress and has not paid the South African Revenue Service (Sars) and its employees’...
SAA links to Bain raise red flag
SAA links to Bain raise red flag
Broke SAA has become the latest state entity with a questionable link to disgraced multinational consultancy Bain & Company.
Big legal battles for prominent SA officials scheduled for June
Big legal battles for prominent SA officials scheduled for June
Prominent public figures risk losing their jobs or facing jail time as legal cases involving several South African politicians and high-ranking...
Mr Thuma Mina winning over the ANC
Mr Thuma Mina winning over the ANC
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Fighting graft is not only lip service, says Nhlanhla Nene
Fighting graft is not only lip service, says Nhlanhla Nene
National Treasury is not “paying lip service” when it comes to the fight against corruption, said Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.
The Budget will test Cyril’s mettle
The Budget will test Cyril’s mettle
As the dust settles after almost two weeks of uncertainty regarding the fate of Jacob Zuma, President Cyril Ramaphosa must face the unfinished...
Student loan plan shot down
Student loan plan shot down
Critics of the Heher commission’s report on tertiary education funding reform say the proposals rely unrealistically on the goodwill of private...

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