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SARS continues crack down on non-compliance in cash and carry sector

03 February 2016   (0 Comments)
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South African Revenue Service (SARS) Commissioner, Tom Moyane, today announced the launch of random on-site inspections targeted at Cash & Carry businesses. 

This effort is part of the new focused approach, launched in December 2015, to combat non-compliance in several high-risk sectors, starting with the Cash & Carry sector. 

Please click here to read more (2 February 2016). 


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