South African Revenue Service commissioner Edward Kieswetter says he won't budge on his refusal to release former president Jacob Zuma's tax records despite a Constitutional Court ruling that blanket tax secrecy is unconstitutional.

“The Constitutional Court ruling is not an open-ended instruction for us to give information whenever it is requested. There's a clear set of criteria that we have to apply.”..

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