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As it is, the SAA already owes R33 billion, and now needs another R21 billion, which must come from your money. Your money will yet again be wasted. The business rescue application must stop this from happening. For it to succeed we must be able to convince the court that thousands of taxpayers support such an application. Solidarity is looking for a mandate from taxpayers who will form part of the court application. If 10 people support us, the judge will laugh at us. If 10 000 support us, we’ll be strong but if 100 000 support us, we will be in a very strong position. We will need every taxpayer’s support in this historic court case.
Give your mandate and be a tax activist!
This is your chance to join us in saying no to tax abuse. Give us your mandate so we can show the court on whose behalf we’re fighting.
This is one of the most far-reaching ways in which taxpayers can take a stand against the squandering of their money. Taxpayers must make themselves heard about the abuse and squandering of their tax money. The muscle of a large group of taxpayers is stronger than the power of the state, but to have success, taxpayers must stand together.
What will happen now:
Failed state entities gobble up billions of rands every year. Yet, the state is still recklessly investing your tax money in those enterprises. That is why Solidarity came up with a five-point tax fist.
Solidarity has already tasted success with the SABC-8 court case, and Hlaudi Motsoeneng is still paying off the costs order against him.
Solidarity is now going to have Brian Molefe prosecuted privately after the National Prosecuting Authority declined to do so.
Solidarity is preparing court papers to demand accountability from directors in terms of the Companies Act.
Solidarity has already asked for investigations and prosecution under the Companies Act.
Solidarity will now proceed with an application to have the SAA placed in business rescue.