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Legalbrief Today

23 November 2017

'Smoking gun' exposes Zuma's 'hidden hand'

President Jacob Zuma has been directly tied to the state capture saga for the first time, notes Legalbrief. Zuma, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and their Gupta associates were the...

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SARS advised not to release Makwakwa report

SARS says it is ‘not opposed’ to releasing the reports of the investigation into suspicious and unusual transactions into the account of its second-in-charge, Jonas Makwakwa, but has received legal...

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SARS bonus payments unlawful – AG

The Auditor-General has found that SARS has failed to comply with legislation by unlawfully paying bonuses to staff without the approval of Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, says a Business Day...

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