SARS calling on taxpayers who have defaulted tax payments
19 October 2011
The South African Revenue Services have offered an official pardon to taxpayers who have defaulted on their tax payments in the past.
The public have until the end of October to voluntarily disclose outstanding tax affairs.
Sars spokesperson, Anton Fisher says people will be granted relief from penalties, interest and possible criminal prosecution if they take advantage of the voluntary disclosure programme.
He added that the offence or the transgression must have occurred before the 17th of February 2010.