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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 (CRS) obligations are imposed on South African financial institutions. The CRS Regulations were issued under the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (TAA). SARS has also published a FAQ Guide on the CRS. […]

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Tariff Amendments 2013

The Tariff Amendments are made in terms of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964 by Notice in the Gazette. The Notices are arranged according to the publication date and grouped in the different years of issue, which can be accessed on the navigation pane above. The implementation date has been indicated in bold where it differs from […]

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Arrival in SA

Customs requirements for Travellers The online declaration form (link coming soon) or the manual Traveller Card (also called a TC01 form), needs to be completed by travellers arriving in South Africa who have goods in their possession to declare. To have an overview of the process and requirements at ports of entry, kindly click here . If you would […]

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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 a […]

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Small Businesses – Traders and Travellers

What’s New? 31 May 2024 – Webinars for TradersSARS regularly hosts webinars for Taxpayers and Traders on a variety of topics to provide clarity and certainty on tax obligations. Here is a previous webinar on SARS Administered Incentives aimed at SMME Traders to increase awareness and views on each individual product. 22 May 2024 – […]

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Customs Resolution Process

All telephone calls to Customs offices will now be routed automatically to the SARS Contact Centre (0800 00 7277).  This process has been introduced at SARS offices around the country in order to offer clients improved tracking and tracing of queries, as well as a single telephone number or point of contact, ensuring that your call […]

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Client Information System

What is the Client Information System? SARS will be matching and merging your tax, customs and excise records into one consolidated profile based on your registered details across your current tax, customs and excise records, read more. SARS’s Client Information System was implemented in 2014 and allows taxpayers and registered representatives to register, maintain and view […]

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Traders and Travellers Connect Edition 1

Welcome to the launch edition of the SMME Traders Connect Newsletter. This will be a quarterly publication which focuses on trader-related tax matters to create awareness and share relevant information to make it easier for traders to remain compliant.  We are excited that you will be part of this journey. In pursuit of our Strategic […]

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Tariff Amendments 2022

The Tariff Amendments are made in terms of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964 by Notice in the Gazette. The Notices are arranged according to the publication date and grouped in the different years of issue, which can be accessed on the black navigation pane above. The implementation date has been indicated in bold where it […]

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MAAs on Customs

The purpose of the agreements regarding mutual administrative assistance between two or more customs administrations is to – enable the administrations to exchange information provide each other with technical assistance undertake surveillance and investigations together, with, and on behalf of, each other co-operate with each other in order to enhance the efficiency of their operations […]

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