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Legalbrief Today

24 February 2017

Don't make SARS issue personal, Gordhan tells MPs

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan told MPs not to personalise the engagements National Treasury has with the SARS about the tax system and its administrative capabilities. ‘It’s not between Gordhan and...

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Fica Bill may be challenged in ConCourt

The fight to stop the anti-graft Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment (Fica) Bill becoming law has been stepped up with a threat to take it to the Constitutional Court if it...

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Zuma urged to rethink ICC withdrawal

Freedom Under Law (FUL) has urged President Jacob Zuma and Department of International Relations and Co-operation to use the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) judgment as an opportunity to rethink SA’s...

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