SARS hands over a summons to Zuma
By Odette Ismail
25 February 2007
ANC deputy president Jacob Zuma has received a summons from the South African Revenue Services (SARS) after he apparently failed to return his tax form.
A weekend paper has reported that his attorney had picked up the summons at the Durban
magistrate’s court last week.
Michael Hulley, Zuma’s attorney confirmed that the tax return had been filed late.
He told the Weekend Argus that Zuma’s tax business was private and did not comment further.
SARS spokesperson Adrian Lackay gave no comment; he says no SARS official is allowed to disclose such information of any taxpayer.