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Duties and Taxes

What are Customs Duties and Taxes? Customs duties are imposed by the Customs and Excise Act 91 of 1964. They are levied on imported goods with the aim of raising revenue and protecting the local market. They are usually calculated as a percentage of the value of the goods (set in the schedules to […]

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Duties and Taxes for Travellers

[…] states you are allowed to import handmade articles of leather, wood, plastic, stone, glass, etc; if the goods do not exceed 25kg in total, without the payment of duties or taxes. These goods (provided they do not exceed the limits stated) may be declared despite the fact that they may be intended for commercial purposes. […]

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Duties and Taxes for Importers

What duties are levied on imported goods? Three kinds of duties are levied on imported goods: Customs duties (including additional ad valorem duties on certain luxury or non-essential items) Anti-dumping and countervailing duties VAT (which is also collected on goods imported and cleared for home consumption).  Anti-dumping and countervailing duty Anti-dumping and countervailing duties […]

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Transfer Duty

What’s important? 21 June 2023 – With Transfer Duty, there is a sequence of events that must be followed. However, there are four scenarios where the sequence of events is not always followed: Divorce and then later inheritance; Massed estate; Divorce and re-marriage; Inheritance where the surviving spouse is also donating her share to the […]

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Estate Duty

What’s New? 29 June 2023 – Correspondence with SARS on Estate cases A representative taxpayer or authorised agent that engages with SARS on an estate should adhere to the following guidelines when corresponding with SARS to prevent any unnecessary delays in finalising a query. Important for email queries: Always include the deceased’s ID number, tax […]

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Tariff Amendments 2000

[…] calcium hydrogen orthophosphate (dicalcium phosphate) under rebate item 460.06/28.35/01.00 Notice R.293 ​31 March 2000 ​31 March 2000 ​GG 21021 R.302 ​Schedule No. 2 – Imposition of  anti-dumping duties on cable for a voltage exceeding 33kV, insulated with cross-linked polyethylene, also known as high voltage XPLE cable, originating in or imported from Germany, under items […]

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Tariff Amendments 2001

[…] applicable to 93 octane unleaded petrol Notice R.332 ​4 April 2001 6​ April 2001 ​GG 22198 R.331 ​Part 1 of Schedule No. 1 – Implementation of rates of duties in the SADC column, which – shall be deemed to have come into operation on 5 March 2001 in respect of Zambia shall come into operation on […]

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Tariff Amendments 2002

[…] and Germany Notice R.50 18 January 2002 ​(Up to and including 19 July 2002) ​25 January 2002 ​GG 23040 R.55 ​Schedule No. 2 – Withdrawal of anti-dumping duties on products of item 206.02/2915.50 imported from or originating in the United States of America and Canada Notice R.55 ​25 January 2002 ​25 January 2002 ​​GG […]

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Glossary A-M

[…] into, instructing or communicating with the logical, arithmetical or memory function resources of a computer system or computer network.   ACM Automated Cargo Management   Ad Valorem duties and taxes Duties and taxes which are calculated on the basis of value.   Ad Valorem Products These products are generally those which are seen as […]

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Tariff Amendments 2003

[…] 2003 ​17 January 2003 ​GG 24243 R.85 ​Part 1 of Schedule No. 1 – Amendment of Notice R.1223 of 4 October 2002 to reduce the EU and SADC rates of duties for tariffheadings 60.02, 60.03, 60.04, 60.05 and 60.06 Notice R.85 ​4 October 2002 ​17 January 2003 ​GG 24243 R.86 ​Part 1 of Schedule No. 1  – […]

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