Documentation and computers confiscated as SARS swoops in on BOSASA

Documentation and computers confiscated as SARS swoops in on BOSASA

South African Revenue Service officials arrived at BOSASA's head office early this afternoon to confiscate documents and computers. The newly established Illicit Economy Unit had reportedly lead the operation.

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South African Revenue Service arrived at BOSASA's head office today to retrieve documentation and computers today just after 12pm.

The Illicit Economy Unit is understood to have led the operation. Liquidator Cloete Murray had given the unit permission to confiscate the material.

According to union officials staff had been paid their February salaries and have been promised March will be no different.

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Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the company had been place under voluntary liquidation at the beginning of the week. This had been instated by its board of directors, which has been officially dissolved.

According to News24, employees had been seen leaving the office saying that they would not return to work until they were guaranteed retrenchments would not take place.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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