How trade cheats have cost SA $25bn

How trade cheats have cost SA $25bn

Banks can't staunch the outflow. Ongoing investigations uncover acts of fraud and corruption, SARS losing tens of millions in undeclared revenues.

Noble Resources SA (Pty) Ltd - based in Stellenbosch - knowingly defrauded SARS by under-invoicing its parent Swiss-based company. This little double-deal shows just how easy it sometimes is to out-manouvre the tax authorites.

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Submitted by : on 2010-05-30 18:14:45
Now that Noseweek has opened SARS' eyes to this scam, what is our Receiver of Revenue going to do about Noble Resources SA and other multinationals that are robbing us dry?

Editor's Note
Could be SARS is too incapacitated to do anything about these Corporations that issue their Financial Statements in $s, £s and €s...


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