A tax revolt is a form of protest against corruption or wasteful expenditure of funds by government, where citizens feel hard done by the system.
702 and CapeTalk presenter Redi Tlhabi on Thursday spoke to deputy CEO of SA Institute of Tax Practitioners, Keith Engel, about the the possibility and implications of a tax revolt in South Africa.
Listen to the interview below:
Whether you go further than that and decide just not to pay, like with e-tolls, that's when you'll see a real demonstration of action.— Keith Engel, deputy CEO of SA Institute of Tax Practitioners
When we're talking about a tax revolt, we talk about a mass protest and the public in general.— Keith Engel, deputy CEO of SA Institute of Tax Practitioners
This article first appeared on 702 : Is a tax revolt an option for South Africans?