Sars is projecting an annual revenue loss of about R285bn based on figures for the first month of the lockdown and the impact of sluggish economic activity, commissioner Edward Kieswetter said on Tuesday.

Kieswetter presented the tax authority’s strategic and performance plans to parliament’s two finance committees and gave a breakdown of the devastating effect of the Covid-19 lockdown and the slowdown in economic activity on tax revenue...

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