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Here's what you need to know in SA business on Tuesday.

1. In a late-night move SA Revenue Service (Sars) head Tom Moyane was suspended "in the public interest to restore the credibility of Sars" according to President Cyril Ramaphosa's office. Shortly after dawn it was confirmed thatSars division head Mark Kingon – a 34-year veteran of the institution – had been appointed acing commissioner in Moyane's place.

2. Stats SA will announce the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for February at 10AM. There shouldn't be any fireworks, with the consensus expectation around 4.2%, but every fraction of a percent counts at this stage.

3. The organisers of a taxi strike on Johannesburg's East Rand have threatened to block access to the OR Tambo airport. Ground transport in the area is severely affected, with buses also out of commission, though it was not clear whether the airport blockade would go ahead.

4. New mineral resources minister Gwede Mantashe is due to speak today on his recent consultations around the hugely controversial mining charter. Some he has spoken to about it are happy, others less so.

5. American movie powerhouse The Weinstein Company declared bankruptcy, ahead of a rescue bid, and also released all employees from non-disclosure agreements. Company founder Harvey Weinstein was publicly accused of sexual harassment in October; the allegations were the genesis of the #MeToo movement.

A video that teaches you how to tell good cold meat from bad

It is from America, where they do silly things like refer to viennas as "hot dogs" – and worry about price rather than Listeria. But by pure coincidence food website Epicurious recently challenged a meat expert to guess how much various cold meats cost. How he does it taught us a lot about good salami, cheap ham – and "hot dogs".

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