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SA Liquor association now honouring deferred taxes

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The South African Liquor Brand Owners Association (Salba) says its members have started honouring payments due for excise tax that were deferred.

Following the implementation of the fourth total ban on alcohol sales in June declared by government, Salba requested that the South African Revenue Service (SARS) provide extended payment terms on the excise duties of about R2,5 billion that was due that month.

SARS proposed a 90-day deferral for the payment of excise taxes on alcohol which became due in October.

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