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The SA Revenue Service (Sars) said the “disruption” caused by a wage strike which kicked off on Wednesday was minimal and  stressed that customs operations at ports of entry had been without major interruptions.  

This after workers affiliated to the Public Servants Association (PSA) and National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu), which jointly represent the majority of the about 13,000-strong Sars workforce, downed tools demanding above-inflation increases...

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