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Reactions To 2% Tax Ruling & Mthuli Ncube Response

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Right now, Twitter is awash with comments about yesterday’s court ruling on the 2% tax. Take a look at just a few of the comments

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Also read: MDC Issues Statement On 2% Tax Court Ruling, Says “No Amount Of Scarf” Justifies Breaking Laws


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  • So now that all the tax deductions levied prior to the 2019 amendment of the Finance Act were illegal, what is the recourse? Who will compensate me (and many others alike) for all the monies unlawfully deducted?

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  • So now that all the tax deductions levied prior to the 2019 amendment of the Finance Act were illegal, what is the recourse? Who will compensate me (and many others alike) for all the monies unlawfully deducted? Let us be people after the good of all.

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