Monthly Archives: July 2018

Stop Fuelling Around

OUTA calls on Government to Stop Fuelling Around

On Tuesday 31 July, OUTA together with other civil action groups under the Freedom Movement banner will protest against the ever increasing fuel levy.

We will hand over a memorandum to the… Get more

OUTA calls for R1 less stress

OUTA calls for R1 less stress

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) calls on all citizens to join us and other organisations including faith-based movements and taxi associations, to put pressure on government to reduce the fuel levy by R1.… Get more

Mr Premier, it is time to scrap e-tolls

ANC Gauteng has once again joined those in favour of ending the e-tolls scheme, but not for the first time.

OUTA welcomes the Gauteng ANC’s resolution to scrap the e-toll scheme as too much of a financial burden on motorists… Get more

Appalling extent of Eskom damage emerges

Consumers will pay for years for Eskom’s failed governance as the extent of the damage from looting starts emerging.

The Eskom Integrated Report for 2018 gives a picture of a floundering entity with a loss of R2.3 billion for 2017/18,… Get more

SARS must take action against Wiese

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) calls on the South African Revenue Service (SARS) to aggressively pursue individuals and businesses who are evading taxes, particularly those who perpetuate tax fraud on a grand scale.

OUTA firmly believes that tax evasion… Get more

OUTA investigates three more SETAs

OUTA has received new evidence implicating three additional SETAs in corruption and wasteful expenditure.

OUTA has been inundated with additional claims of corruption at the (Sector Education and Training Authorities) SETAs since its exposé on the Services SETA last week.… Get more

Tips for Cyril

OUTA firmly believes that scrapping e-tolls will immediately bring welcome relief

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) today is submitting a dossier packed with practical suggestions to help the Ministers in the Economic Cluster to advise the President on how… Get more

OUTA uncovers corruption at Services SETA

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has received information indicating gross wasteful and irregular expenditure at the Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA).

OUTA has in its possession damning evidence which indicates that certificates obtained from Services SETA between… Get more