Sars’ brand diminished by unskilled staff

For every step in the right direction, Sars manages to tumble down two. The Tax Ombud is slowly gaining ground in assisting taxpayers in resolving their tax differences with Sars. Unfortunately, these “tax differences” are frequently of Sars’ making, and as Sars slips further behind in the revenue target, so can we expect an exponential […]
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SABC has another problem: people have stopped paying TV licences – wonder why??

The SABC’s latest annual report shows a drastic decline in revenue from TV licences. According to the 2017 report, revenue of R847.4 million was collected through television licence fees. This figure is R449.4 million – 34.7% – below budget, representing a decrease of R178.5 million – 17.4% – compared to the previous year. “The revenue […]
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Generous Apartheid era handout of R50bn per year still funds 50% of Swaziland’s, 44% of Lesotho’s, 35% of Namibia’s and 30% of Botswana’s entire government revenue.

Neighbouring black states are still benefiting from Apartheid structures setup in 1969. For 50 years South Africa has been paying this money over subsidising these country’s governments.  Black Africans continue to ride the horse they flog to death… Are white South Africans really just that naive, vain and gullible? The Southern African Currency Union (SACU) is most easily identifiable in […]
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