"SA's tax base is not growing and it feels like we have run out of options"

Keith Engel - CEO of the South African Institute of Taxation

It is impossible for South Africa, or any country, to tax itself into growth as a tax system can only react to what is happening in the economy. This is according to the South African Institute of Taxation (SAIT) CEO, Keith Engel. The organisation hosted the 10th Tax Indaba this week, focusing on surviving taxation in a no-growth environment.
19 Sep 5PM English South Africa Business News · Investing

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