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Arrival in SA

[…] physician) Herbal products (Department of Health permit required) Duty-free allowances The following goods may be imported duty free as accompanied baggage duty free (without payment of applicable duties and VAT): No more than 200 cigarettes and 20 cigars per person No more than 250g of cigarette or pipe tobacco per person No more than […]

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Tax Exempt Institutions Connect Issue 3 (September 2023)

Requirement to Submit Section 18A data to SARS – Third Party Data IT3(d) The South African Revenue Service (SARS) provided approved Section 18A institutions with the requirement to, in future, submit third-party data as relates to Section 18A receipts issued to donors. The Business Requirement Specification (BRS), which includes information on the submission channels, […]

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Automatic Exchange of Information

[…] making your submissions, you are welcome to contact us by emailing SARS Third Party Data Support ([email protected]). Please follow the SARS Third Party Data Submissions Platform web page to be kept up to date on changes and communication in relation to SARS 3rd Party Data. What is Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI)? On this page, […]

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Government Connect Issue 14 (October 2023)

[…] for Employers and non-business individuals with a modern, fully automated tax-assessment, withholding, and tax-payment system. The first step in achieving this objective requires Employers to submit payroll data monthly from 1 March 2025. The PAYE Monthly Submission External BRS defines the requirements Employers must adhere to for the monthly submissions. Additional functionality for the SARS Online […]

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Mineral and Petroleum Resource Royalty

Introduction Mineral Petroleum and Resources Royalty (MPRR) is triggered on the transfer of minerals extracted from within the Republic. As is the case for all other taxes, duties, levies, fees or money collected by SARS, the Royalty collected is paid to the National Revenue Fund. This Royalty became effective from March 2010. In the past, mineral […]

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How does Auto-Assessment work

[…] now check whether they have been auto-assessed via the SARS Online Query Service functionality, click here. Auto-Assessment – we have made it easier for you On this page, we will be telling you more on how auto-assessment will work this year. See the dates for Filing Season 2023 and more information on the Filing […]

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What’s new in Customs & Excise?

[…] 1) dutiable (and no ITAC certificate under item 412.11 of Schedule No. 4 of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964, has been issued); 2) subject to the duties referred to in 1) but are entering South Africa duty free because of a preferential trade agreement or other agreement, such as a customs union; 3) […]

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Deferments

What’s new 17 April 2020 – Requests for duty deferment payment relief What is it? Customs duties and VAT are payable in accordance with  Section 39(1)(b) at the time of importation. Existing registered or licensed Customs clients may apply to defer the payment of Customs duty and VAT for a period of up to […]

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Trusts

[…] and, *IT3(t).  * The closing date for IT3(t) submissions is 30 September 2024. See the Business requirement specifications and submission dates table on the Third Party Data platform web page. Third Party data providers can submit data to SARS using these three electronic options: eFiling (via a data submission form with a limited volume) Connect: Direct® […]

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Tariff Amendments 2008

[…] 2008 ​GG 31123 R.630 ​Anti-dumping items published in Notice R.1040 of 2 August 2002 withdrawn Notice R.630 ​1 January 2002 ​4 June 2008 ​GG 31123 R.631 ​Withdrawal of anti-dumping duties Notice R.631 ​27 November 2003 ​20 June 2008 ​GG 31176 R.680 ​Schedule No. 2 amended with effect from 7 February 1997 up to and including 18 […]

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