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April 13, 2011

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Richard Ferrer

I have no experience of DTI reporting, but in the case of SARS there is an elaborate mechanism to protect one's identity e.g. a payroll officer instructed by a director to do something illegal, SARS simply arrives to do an onsite inspection of PAYE, etc.
The best thing to do is talk to DTI and ask for their procedues, reporting protection, etc.
Richard

Frans

Call Nomonde Mesatayi at the DTI. She is the Chief Director for BEE compliance.

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