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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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Temporary Storage

The purpose of a temporary storage facility is to provide for the storage of goods until customs formalities have been complied with and release of the goods has been granted.  All temporary storage facilities must be approved by Customs, which reserves the right to request security in an acceptable form. These temporary storage facilities […]

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Rule Amendments 2022

The amendments to the Customs and Excise Rules 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. An implementation date that falls on […]

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How does Auto-Assessment work

[…] been issued after the deadline, the 40 business days will start on the date of the notice of the assessment.   How does the Auto-Assessment work? SARS receives data from employers, medical schemes, banks, retirement annuity funds, and other institutions. This data is used to calculate your tax assessment. If we are satisfied that the […]

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Customs: Airports

Bram Fischer International Airport Contact type: Customs: Airports Country: South Africa Region: Free State City: Bloemfontein Telephone number: 0800 00 7277 Fax number: (051) 447 4699 Physical Address: Corner of Aliwal and Nelson Mandela Avenue, Central; Government Building, Ground floor Room 26. Postal address: P O Box 265 Bloemfontein 9300 Cape Town International Airport […]

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Government Connect Issue 19 (June 2024)

[…] that have been implemented into the system. Two queries: “Penalty Statement of Account” and “Report SARS Employee Corruption” have now been incorporated into the external guide. See pages 45 and 72 of the guide. Third Party Data – Changes in SARS Medical Aid Data Reporting SARS has recognised the challenges faced by taxpayers in […]

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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 […]

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Government Connect Issue 14 (October 2023)

[…] light of the ruling, the Minister of Finance announced a review of the treatment of duty-free shops, which includes a revision of the schedules made under the Customs and Excise Act and the VAT Act that regulate the duty-free retailers. See the full media statement here. SARS publishes PAYE monthly submission external BRS SARS […]

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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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