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SARS-AR-13 – Annual Report 2008-2009

[…] of legislation which SARS administers. Legislation that SARS administers according to the SARS Act (Schedule 1 to the Act) includes: • Union and Souther n Rhodesia Death Duties Act (1933) • Marketable Securities T ax Act (1948) • Transfer Duty Act (1949) • Estate Duty Act (1955) • Income T ax Act (1962) • […]

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SARS-AR-24 – Annual Report 2018-2019

[…] obligation to comply with South African Tax and Customs Laws, and to provide quality and responsive service to the public. To administer our Tax, Customs and Excise duties in a manner that encourages fiscal citizenship and increased revenue for the State. Our People SARS recognises that its people are an indispensable driver of performance […]

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SARS-AR-15 – Annual Report 2010-2011

[…] that SARS continues to do. I would also like to thank the 15 000 SARS em ployees for the dedication with which they continue to perform their duties. Pravin Gordhan Minister of Finance 8 ANNUAL REPORT 2010/11 REVIEW BY THE COMMISSIONER The 2010/11 financial year was another milestone year for the South Af rican […]

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SARS-AR-20 – Annual Report 2014-2015

[…] 544 -15 115 1 544 VAT refunds -175 398 -161 400 -162 138 13 260 -738 Fuel levy 47 517 48 200 48 467 950 267 Customs duties 50 300 39 900 40 679 -9 622 779 Specific excise duties 31 080 32 000 32 334 1 254 334 Taxes on property 11 477 […]

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SARS-AR-23 – Annual Report 2017-2018

[…] claims to the value of R2.7 billion were prevented. SARS needs to replicate the compliance of non-provisional taxpayers to other tax types. This includes compliance of excise duties in respect of various products, as well as the broader illicit economy. The struggle to clean up our register continues, and this clouds our ability to […]

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SARS-AR-06 – Annual Report 2003-2004

[…] change at operational level is possible. Most of these changes required a distinct shift in the way our 14 000-plus employees saw their role and performed their duties. This would have been unattainable had we not also, during 2004, invested in the transformation of our workforce. From the more obvious things such as the […]

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SARS-AR-14 – Annual Report 2009-2010

[…] February 2009 Budget mainly due to expected lower profits impacting on CIT (-R29 billion), lower imports and domestic demand resulting in reduced VAT (-R22 billion) and Customs duties (-R6 billion). PART 1: STRATEGIC CONTEXT AR 09-10 v22.indd 11 8/24/10 10:07 AM 12 SARS Annual Report 2009 – 2010 PART 1: STRATEGIC CONTEXT To a […]

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SARS-AR-17 – Annual Report 2012-2013

[…] Business Services, recorded higher than average growth. Robust investment by public corporations provided support to import growth, which served to expand import VAT and revenues from import duties. As a result of these factors, and in spite of the otherwise unfavourable climate, SARS was able to collect R813.8 billion for the 2012/13 fiscal year, […]

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