SC-CF-55-A01 – Completion of Goods Declarations – External Annexure
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.
Download PDF Guide Summary This webpage will assist taxpayers to understand how to raise queries with SARS on the SARS Online Query System (SOQS) so that they do not have to go to a branch. To initiate a query, taxpayers simply need to complete the online form by selecting a Query Type; complete a set […]
SARS has embarked on a journey to reimagine a future revenue authority where increasingly its work will be informed by data-driven insights, self-learning computers, artificial intelligence and interconnectivity of people and devices.
The Customs Division of South African Revenue Service (SARS), using modern risk detection systems and working with other law enforcement agencies, have seized illicit cigarettes, hookah-pipe tobacco and scrap metal with a total tax prejudice of R40-million.
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