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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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Small Businesses – Traders and Travellers

[…] webinars for Taxpayers & Traders on a variety of topics to provide clarity and certainty on tax obligations. Here’s a previous webinar on Traders Rights‘, aimed at Customs and cross-border traders on their rights, and channels to pursue if these rights are not upheld. 2 May 2024 – SEDA & SARS SMME Export Checklist […]

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How we collect tax

[…] South Africa. It is levied at the standard rate of 15%, but provision for exemptions of certain goods or services exists.   Find out more about VAT. Customs Duty Ordinary Customs Duty is levied on imported goods classifiable in Schedule No. 1 Part 1of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964. South Africa is a […]

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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 […]

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Rule Amendments

Rule Amendments are published by Notice in the Government Gazette in terms of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964. These Notices are grouped per year of publication and can be accessed through the links on the navigation pane above. The Customs & Excise Rules, 1995, as amended, as well as the Schedule to the Rules (excluding the […]

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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 […]

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Tariff

[…] see the recording on YouTube:  https://youtu.be/TtXDAI9WMes or view the presentation.   What is it? Top Tip: Click here to access the Tariff Book which consist of the Schedules to the Customs & Excise Act, 1964.   All import and export commercial transactions require commodities on Customs declarations to be classified according to an appropriate tariff heading. The […]

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How to clear cache and cookies

[…] the menu. From settings, click Show advanced settings…. It’s located at the very bottom of the settings section. Scroll to the privacy section and click Clear browsing data. Select Cached images and files. Uncheck all other options to avoid deleting browser history, cookies and other things you may wish to retain. Change Obliterate the […]

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Authorised Economic Operator (AEO)

[…] it, please see our recording for the AEO SMME Inauguration event. 8 December 2023 – New automated process for AEOs: Section 64E has been updated to enable Customs registrants or licensees to submit their application for accreditation electronically. The existing manual processes have been automated on the Customs Operational Portal. All applications for the […]

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VAT Connect Issue 5 (September 2015)

[…] and exports – The administration of certain rules regarding the import and export of goods from South Africa required some alignment between the VAT Act and the Customs and Excise Act. During 2014 the customs and excise legislative framework was fundamentally restructured by the introduction of the new Customs Control Act, 2014 and the […]

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