The South African Revenue Service has advertised 370 jobs as part of its plans to improve its tech capabilities and widen its crackdown on people who are evading tax. Business Insider reports that among the new positions is a director who will focus specifically on wealthy South Africans, and specialists with experience in the structuring of “high wealth” individuals’ finances. This after Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, in this year’s national budget, announced that SARS will establish a dedicated unit to improve compliance of wealthy taxpayers, and gave SARS an extra R3 billion allocation to expand its specialised audit and investigative skills, as well as boost use of data analytics and artificial intelligence capabilities.