Unregistered tobacco manufacturing plant uncovered in Gauteng: Sars

An unregistered plant manufacturing molasses and shisha tobacco products has been uncovered during a search and seizure operation, said the SA Revenue Service.

2021-09-17 06:58:00 PM

An unregistered plant manufacturing molasses and shisha tobacco products has been uncovered during a search and seizure operation, said the SA Revenue Service.

An unregistered plant manufacturing molasses and shisha tobacco products has been uncovered during a search and seizure operation, said the SA Revenue Service.

ByTimesLIVESars commissioner Edward Kieswetter says the agency has a zero-tolerance approach towards illicit trade. File image.Image:FREDDY MAVUNDAAn unregistered tobacco manufacturing plant that produces molasses and shisha tobacco products has been uncovered during a search and seizure operation conducted in Gauteng, said the SA

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Revenue Service (Sars).Sars said the operation was conducted by its national rapid response team and its illicit trade unit, supported by the police and the Johannesburg metropolitan police department.“The plant is linked to a specific licensed cigarette manufacturer through the brand of tobacco products found on the premises. The manufacturing plant will be investigated in terms of tax and customs legislation,” it said.

The multi-agency enforcement team also conducted search and seizure operations at three shops in Fordsburg, focusing on the sale of suspected illicit tobacco products. The team found 1,337 cartons of illicit molasses and illicit cigarettes with an estimated value of R400,000. headtopics.com

“The goods were seized and removed pending production of import/local purchase documentation, quantity verification and further investigation into whether the correct taxes were paid to Sars.” Read more: Times LIVE »

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