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As part of our continued effort to serve our members, SAIT regularly meets with SARS representatives at a regional and national level to raise pertinent operational issues affecting the tax community.  SAIT has enlisted volunteer representatives in each of the 13 regions to act on behalf of the Institute at these meetings.  As a member, you are able to raise your SARS related issues with us upon receipt of a Call for Comments relevant to your region.

Below is a list of the SAIT Regional Representatives. 

 Name Company Address Region
 Rodney Smith Liandor Financial Accountants Port Elizabeth Eastern Cape
 Royden Whitfield Whitfield Fintax Port Elizabeth  
 Claude Ackermann FNB Trust Services Port Elizabeth  
 Damian W. Seeber The Eye Centre East London  
 Ryan A. Odendaal KAEL Consulting Port Elizabeth  
 Natalie Wocke Natalie Wocke Accounting & Tax Balitto Kwa Zulu Natal
 Shamit Bansi Platinum Accounting Durban  
 Teresa Seaton Worldwide Tax Solutions Durban  
 Moeketsi Mokhethi MS Mokhethi Holdings Botshabelo Free State
 Willie J. Burger WJB Accountants / Rekenmeesters Bloemfontein  
 Thethekwane A. Shabalala   Bloemfontein  
 Hendrik van Vuuren The Accountant Brits  
 Lesa-jo Cloete Vernon Cloete Broker Services Bedfordview Gauteng
 Kumarie K. Moonsamy Shakthi Account Solution Brakpan  
 Kobie Stears Nolands Randburg  
 Izak J. de Villiers   Johannesburg  
 Nikki Kennedy   Pretoria  
 Kevin Asbury   Alberton  
 Jacques Botha   Krugersdorp  
 Matlhora T. Matloa Mapmark Enterprise Mokopane Limpopo
 Andries J. Pretorius   Secunda Mpumalanga
 Tumelo G. Modipane DKPJ Consulting Nelspruit  
Hendrik van Vuuren               The Accountant  Brits North West
 Conelius A. Taljaard AS Karstens Upington Northern Cape
 Jonathan H. Kounzie JHK Consulting Cape Town  Western Cape
 Lynette A. Prinsloo Skyblue Tax Services Cape Town  
 Shahied Allie Coral Business Consulting Fish Hoek  
 Stef Lategan Grant Thornton Advisory Services George  




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