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South African Revenue Service Amendment Act, No. 46 of 2002
To amend the South African Revenue Service Act, 1997, so as to delete, substitute and insert definitions; to expand the objectives of SARS to include a reference to the function of the custom s division of SARS; to delete obsolete provisions; to bring the South African Revenue Service Act in line with the Public Finance Management Act, 1999; to make provision for the appointment of advisory committees to advise the Commissioner and the Minister on issues relating to asset management, information technology and hum an resources and to advise the Minister on the term s and conditions of employment of certain employees in the management structure of SARS; to change the provisions relating to the term s and conditions of employment of employees of SAPS; to provide that persons employed by SAPS become members of the Government Employees' Pension Fund subject to the rules of the fund relating to membership; to further regulate the determination of the funds of SARS to he appropriated annually by Parliament; to substitute the long title of the South African Revenue Service Act; and to disestablish the SARS Advisory Board; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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