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Legislative Framework

The Customs and Excise Act, 1964 (Act No. 91 of 1964) was assented to on 27 July 1964 and came into effect on 1 January 1965. For the first time in South Africa, both customs and excise matters were provided for in one Act. The purpose of the Act is to provide for the levying […]

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Customs Refunds and Drawbacks

What’s New? 15 September 2023 – DA66 Automation The Customs and Excise Refunds and Drawbacks have been automated and the application must be made on an electronic form on eFiling.  For assistance on the process read SC-DT-C-19 –Refunds and Drawbacks–External Guide. 6 September 2023 – DA66 Automation: Frequently Asked Questions   3 December 2021 […]

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Depots

These are premises / places appointed by the Commissioner in terms of Section 6 of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964 (the Act). The Schedule to the Rules of the Act prescribe where depots must be established.   The person operating or managing these depots must meet the standards and conditions required by Customs and provide […]

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Physical Inspection

What is physical inspection? Physical  inspection is the process of examining goods and making sure they are according to the requirements of the law. A Customs Inspector may for the purposes of the Act:  Stop, detain and examine any goods while under Customs control in order to determine compliance with the Act or any […]

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SMME Connect #2- May Edition

[…] or company is deregistered for all the various types of tax.   Traders and Travelers: Travellers/Cargo We urge our SMME Traders and Travellers to familiarise themselves with Customs requirements prior to arriving at the Ports. The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) controls agricultural and animal products (even for home consumption), including live […]

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Schedules to the Customs and Excise Act, 1964

This page contains Schedules Nos. 1 to 6, 8 and 10 to the Customs and Excise Act, 1964.   The electronic versions of these Schedules were developed to provide stakeholders with easy access to the relevant duties and levies applicable to all goods imported into, manufactured locally in, or exported from, the Republic. Note: […]

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Stream leads

Beyers Theron Director: Customs Border Operations, Ports of Entry, Customs & Excise Compliance [email protected] Patrick Tshikosi Business Area Head: Stakeholder Management [email protected] Head: Coffet Lebepe Formalities Procedures: Streamlining of border controls; single submission points for all required documentation (single windows); post-clearance audits; authorised operators. [email protected] Head: Colbert Mbuyane Information availability Stream: Enquiry points; publication […]

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Accounts

What is a Customs Statement of Account (CSA)? The Customs Statement of Account lists all the financial transactions processed in a monthly progressive statement providing a complete view of a client’s account during the previous month and the effect of this on the open account balance. Financial transactions include all payable declarations submitted, amended […]

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