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Tariff Amendments 2010

[…] Notice R.126 ​26 February 2010 ​26 March 2010 ​GG 33042 R.218 ​Amendment of Schedule No. 2 – Amendments to maintain and in some instances increase the anti-dumping duties on drawn and float glass originating in or imported from India and China – ITAC Report 325 Notice R.218 ​26 March 2010 ​26 March 2010 ​GG 33042 R.219 […]

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Tariff Amendments 2024

[…] the substitution of safeguard items 260.03/7318.15.41/01.08; 260.03/7318.15.42/01.08 and 260.03/7318.16.30/01.08 to include imports originating in or imported from the Republic of the Philippines to be subject to safeguard duties with a rate of 48,04% on threaded fasteners of iron or steel (excluding those of stainless steel and those identifiable for aircraft) – Minute 11/2023 Notice […]

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Talent Pool of Information Technology and Data Analytics Professionals

[…] rooted in SARS’ higher purpose, service, transparency, and fairness. You could become one of these pioneers by joining our talent community. Our Community of Information Technology and Data Analytics Professionals Are you passionate about Information Technology (IT) and Data Analytics, and looking for a vibrant environment that shares your enthusiasm? Our Information Technology and […]

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Tariff Amendments 2016

[…] 2016 ​​21 October 2016 ​GG.40363 R.1306 ​Amendment of Part 1 of Schedule No. 2 by the insertion of various items under item 204.00 in order to impose Anti-Dumping duties on frozen potato chips originating in or imported from Belgium and the Netherlands – ITAC Report No. 474 Notice R.1306 21 October 2016​ ​23 September 2016 […]

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Export Duty on Scrap Metals

What’s New? 4 August 2021 – Frequently Asked Questions See our Export Duty on Scrap Metal FAQs 30 July 2021 – For an overview of the key legislative requirements that are applicable to export duty on scrap metal view the Export Duty on Scrap Metal guide. 28 July 2020 – Update on Export Duty on […]

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Customs Connect Issue 4 (August 2013)

[…] arrival of the goods at the inland container terminal, the importer will clear the goods for another permissible customs procedure or for home use and pay the duties. This current position does not provide SARS with adequate information to determine any possible safety, security, fiscal and economic risk in relation to these goods before […]

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Tariff Amendments 2012

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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Archive – COVID related content

[…] tax compliant small to medium sized businesses. The proposed measures will come into operation on 1 August 2021 and end on 31 October 2021. Deferral of excise duties on alcoholic beverages with immediate effect. For more information, see the Draft Explanatory Notes on Emergency Tax Measures in response to the continuing Covid-19 pandemic and recent […]

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Tariff Amendments 2022

[…] Schedule No. 2, by the substitution of anti-dumping item 215.02/7324.10/03.06, in order to give effect to the name-change of the manufacturer/exporter excluded from the payment of anti-dumping duties on stainless steel sinks originating in or imported from the People’s Republic of China – ITAC Minute 06/2022 Notice R.2575 With retrospective effect from 3 December […]

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High Court: 2022-2020

[…] cleared in 139 import transactions. SAB later discovered that the goods were fraudulently cleared by Ocean Light as traditional African beer – a product attracting less import duties and as a result of which, import duties and VAT amounting to R139m was not paid over to SARS. SARS had, through third party appointments and […]

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