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SARS commits to increased use of data for trade efficiency

The Commissioner of the South African Revenue Service (SARS), Mr Edward Kieswetter, has committed the SARS Customs division to scale up digital transformation and to increase the use of data to improve the facilitation of trade, revenue collection and improve compliance by traders who import and export goods across South Africa’s borders.

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Terms and Conditions

THE USE OF THIS WEBSITE IS REGULATED BY THE RULES FOR ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION, PRESCRIBED UNDER SECTION 255(1) OF THE TAX ADMINISTRATION ACT, 2011 (ACT NO.

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SARS celebrates its silver jubilee

Today, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) will host its 25th anniversary celebration, following its formal establishment on 1 October 1997. The auspicious event will be addressed by President Cyril Ramaphosa.

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SARS takes a further step towards improving the integrity of trade and traveller facilitation as part of implementing Smart Borders

Travelers are required by law to make certain declarations of goods and cash on entering or leaving South Africa. The declaration process is in line with practices around the world and in compliance with the provision of the Customs and Excise Act No. 91 of 1964 which makes it mandatory for any person entering and leaving the Republic to declare any goods in their possession. Full details of prohibited and restricted goods are available on the SARS website (www.sars.gov.za), and travelers are advised that it is their responsibility to comply.

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How does CRS reporting work

On this page, you will find: Determine RFI’s Review of RFI’s Identification of RFI’s Due diligence and reporting of RFI’s Reporting by RFI’s Common Reporting Standard

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