The Confederate Revenue Service (ConfedRS, pronounced Confeders, or CRS) is the revenue service (tax-collecting agency) of the Southern African government. It was established to collect revenue, ensure compliance with confederate tax law, and assist Confederate Provinces in their own taxation issues. The Revenue Service is led by the Commissioner of Confederate Revenue (known negatively as the "Tax Man") who reports to the Parliament and President.
The CRS has its headquarters in the Capital District of Gauteng. It currently operates three service centers around the country (in Cape Town; Maputo; and Windhoek), at which returns sent by mail are received. These centers do the actual tax processing; different types of returns are processed at the various centers (with some centers processing individual returns and others processing business returns). The CRS also operates one computer center, also in Cape Town.
The CRS also assists the Commissioner in developing and implementing tax policies and programs; provides the official estimates of all government receipts for the President's budget, fiscal policy decisions, and government cash management decisions; negotiates tax treaties for the SAC and represents the SAC in meetings and work of multilateral organizations dealing with tax policy matters; and provides economic and legal policy analysis for domestic and international tax policy decisions.
Office of the Commissioner
Paul Dlamini is the current Commissioner of Confederate Revenue.
Office of the Inspector General
With the Southern African Confederacy having a reputation of government corruption, an inspector general exists to monitor the accounts and doings of the CRS. The Inspector General was appointed by the Parliament, and currently is Gwede Ganu.