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The South African Revenue Service is taking steps to recover billions of rand ow...

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The South African Revenue Service is taking steps to recover billions of rand ow...

The South African Revenue Service is taking steps to recover billions of rand owed to it by taxpayers. It has appointed eight debt collection agencies to recover as much as possible of the money owed to it.The Revenue Service says over two million taxpayers and traders owe it just under 150 billion rand. SARS says in a statement that it aims to boost revenue collection. The agencies have until February next year to recover the money.

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