Traditional African Beer

WHAT IS IT?

Traditional African Beer may generally be defined as “non-clear beer made from sorghum or malt with an alcoholic strength of usually less than 5 per cent per volume” and is subjected to the payment of Excise Duty if consumed within the Southern African Customs Union (SACU).

WHO IS IT FOR?

Excise Duty on Traditional African Beer is payable by manufacturers of these products throughout the SACU. 

WHAT STEPS MUST I TAKE?

Relevant entities in the RSA must license with SARS Excise before they start to manufacture or otherwise deal in Traditional African Beer on which the applicable Excise Duty has not yet been paid. 

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY EXCISE ACCOUNT?

All licensees must be registered for eFiling as the submission and payment of accounts can only be made via eFiling. The following process should be followed:
  • Register on eFiling;
  • Once registered, log on;
  • Click on the Request Declaration button;
  • Insert the warehouse number;
  • Click on Continue and the form will be generated
  • For more information you can access the eFiling user manual on the website.
If clients are not able to access the eFiling service, they must contact the nearest SARS Excise Branch Office for assistance. 

WHEN AND HOW SHOULD IT BE PAID?

The applicable Excise Duty on Traditional African Beer is self-assessed by licensed manufacturers per monthly Excise account and paid to SARS.
 
Click here to see the Current Rates.
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