Sars can go after assets illegally held abroad, says Edward Kieswetter

Using data, artificial intelligence and working with overseas jurisdictions, tax evaders can run but they cannot hide, says the tax agency


The SA Revenue Service (Sars) is developing its capacity to identify assets — estimated at more than R400bn — that South Africans have accumulated abroad, commissioner Edward Kieswetter says...

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