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The wheels of justice seem to be turning in favour of the SA Revenue Service (Sars), with the latest judgment in the high court in Johannesburg going against a big player in the tobacco and clothing industry.

Judge Pieter Meyer found the review application by businessman Martin Wingate-Pearse — shareholder of the controversial tobacco company Carnilinx — “vexatious”, dismissing it and slapping him with two punitive cost orders on attorney-and-client scale on Wednesday last week. ..

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