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Business confidence falls

South African business confidence has declined to levels last seen when Jacob Zuma was still the president. The index dropped to 96 in April from 97.6 the previous month, the South African Chamber of Commerce

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SA the big loser as Zuma goes for broke

Stung by his ruling party’s worst electoral performance since the end of apartheid, President Jacob Zuma is going for broke in a battle to maintain his grip on power. The first casualties have been the rand and

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Sars rakes in R1 trillion in tax

The South African Revenue Services (Sars) has never collected more than a trillion rand in taxes before — until now. “Gross tax revenue for the fiscal year came in at R1,0699 trillion or R0,2bn more than the February estimate,” Sars commissioner

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Little hope for battered rand

Standard Bank Research said the “rand sacrificed most of the gains it had made since the end of January”, which analysts on Monday said was due to a boiling point in politics involving President Jacob Zuma and finance minister Pravin Gordhan

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Gordhan threatened to quit

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan threatened to resign ahead of his crucial budget address over an alleged clash with South African Revenue Service commissioner Tom Moyane and ultimately a “proxy war” with President Jacob Zuma, reports said on Friday

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Giant scanner to nail customs cheats

The South African Revenue Service has served notice to organisations that flout the law with a message that the “game is over”. Sars on Wednesday debuted a new container scanner at the Cape Town port, f

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Barry Hore quits Sars

Barry Hore, one of South Africa’s most respected IT and operational leaders, is leaving the South African Revenue Service. He will depart at the end of this month after more than eight years at the tax authority

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Sita a place of exile for unwanted DGs

In the suburb of Erasmuskloof, southeast of Pretoria, lies the sleek, modernist building of the State Information Technology Agency, known as Sita. This agency is the government’s service provider for all IT services or, as those watching the comings and goings of officials over