Furthermore, such taxes are expensive to administer, Sansia Blackmore tells The Africa Report. Blackmore holds a PhD in tax policy and is an academic at the institute.
Economists Isabell Koske and Falilou Fall, from the OECD, make the case that there is scope to reform South Africa’s wealth taxes framework, while also advocating for an upward adjustment of the country’s value-added tax (VAT) rate.
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