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CR17 campaign donations may have serious tax implications, APF calls for investigation | IOL Business Report

Public Protector Busi Mkhwebane found that the President misled Parliament and violated the Executive Ethics Code by not ...

9.10.2019

The Anti-poverty Forum has called on the South African Revenue Services Commissioner Edward Kieswetter to have a CR17 campaign fund donation investigation regarding possible tax law violations. busrep

Public Protector Busi Mkhwebane found that the President misled Parliament and violated the Executive Ethics Code by not ...

“As the APF, we have decided to approach Sars and call on it to fulfil its duties as prescribed in Chapter 13 of the Constitution of the Republic and Tax Administration Act No. 28 of 2011. In particular Paragraph 3 (2)(a-h), under which Sars is legally obligated to investigate possible or alleged tax offence and if need be, lay criminal charges against perpetrators,” the APF said in the letter.

Mkhwebane referred the matter to the National Director of Public Prosecutions for further investigation into the prima facie evidence of money laundering uncovered during the investigation.

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busrep Is the Anti-Poverty Forum on Twitter...? busrep We are tired of CR17 donations can you please tell us something because our president he is not going anywhere stop wasting our data wena busrep Very fair indeed busrep Where was this so-called Anti-poverty Forum when Zuma & Guptas were looting the state through SOEs etc and money supposed to go to service delivery redirected to every project benefiting them. Why don't they raise concern about Estina project if they are indeed about Anti poverty

busrep Thibang thibang. Manti angena endlini. Lol Can anyone get that app to show how CyrilRamaphosa will look like in 2yrs from now. busrep Nywe nywe mkhwebane is incompetent now u using her info to required SARS to act busrep Hello EdKieswetter sarstax TaxOmbud taxindabasa please do the right things investigate.

busrep Here's a nice pic for you that should be on every CR17 issue busrep ENTERED by GREED, Ramaphosa is on our RADAR busrep So why post Mkhwebs picture, post this guy here busrep How does one become part of this forum. I like them already and would like to participate.

Sibanye to create gold holding firm | IOL Business ReportSibanye-Stillwater is overhauling its corporate structure and will create a holding company for its gold assets, months after it took over platinum producer Lonmin. busrep

busrep I'm fully behind this forum. busrep busrep Nonsense busrep 😂😂 CR17bankstatemant we are here again.

Air passengers advised to pack their own food | IOL Business ReportNumsa has advised airline passengers to pack their own food as it prepares for a strike at Air Chefs over allegedly unpaid “anniversary bonuses”. busrep

No impact on operations at Air Chefs | IOL Business ReportAir Chefs management took steps to ensure that if the planned industrial action occurred, there should be minimal or no impact ...

Shoprite CEO's pay up by 4.5% to top R21.27m | IOL Business ReportShoprite Holdings chief executive Pieter Engelbrecht’s total remuneration was R21.27m in 2019, up by 4.5percent compared with last year's R20.36m. busrep busrep Vagabonds, All is in the hands of those who voted for ANC

Strike by 500 000 security guards looms | IOL Business ReportMediation is all that stands between more than 500000 workers and a looming strike in the private sector security industry. Or an alternative headline. 'Criminal free-for-all looms' During the last strike of the boom pilot industry, theft went down considerably. Wonder why?

Local app lets you know the whereabouts of your child | IOL Business ReportA Thembisa-born BCom Informatics graduate has developed an app to help parents and schools to track scholar transport vehicle in real time. busrep

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