Monday 2 March 2020 – TAX Justice South Africa (TJSA) today called for bold new measures to urgently tackle the menace of illicit trade that is costing the nation an estimated R100 million every single day.
We do not envy the job you have in delivering the Budget on Wednesday. Record unemployment, a stagnant economy and the growing prospect of a ratings downgrade: could the scenario be any worse?
A PLEDGE by the South African Revenue Service (SARS) to crack down on the illicit economy is hailed today by Tax Justice South Africa (TJSA) as an important first step in the fight against criminals looting our nation of billions every year.
A radical reform of the law is needed to ensure that crooks stealing billions of rand in taxes every year are sent to jail, Tax Justice South Africa (TJSA) warns today.
A TAX revolt is not the answer to the corruption and criminality that is crippling South Africa’s economy, anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee said on Wednesday.
IT IS time for ordinary citizens to join the fight against criminals who are looting South Africa of R100 million every day, anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee said on Monday.
Anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee officially announced the establishment of TJSA on Monday by declaring war on the crooks who are robbing South Africa of tens of billions of rands every year.
ANTI-CRIME activist Yusuf Abramjee has backed Finance Minister Tito Mboweni in his support for SARS having an “intrusive” investigating unit.