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Customs Storage Warehouse

[…] be processed for the removal thereof from such customs storage warehouse. In same instance the licensee / owner of the goods will be required to bring the duties and VAT to account if applicable at time of clearance.  The goods may not be removed from  or placed in such facility until a valid customs […]

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Tax Practitioner Connect Issue 36 (September 2022)

[…] executor, can be a registered representative for a deceased estate. For more information and FAQs on Estates click here. Information on registered representatives can be found on page 13 and 14 of the guide. FAQs on 2022 Filing Season Communication sessions were held with tax practitioners on the changes to the filing season. Frequently […]

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Rule Amendments 2021

[…] – Environmental Levy Account for Carbon Tax (Front page) Completion Notes to the DA 180 9 April 2021 1 April 2021 GG 44383 R.305 Promulgation of rules to section 58A of the Customs and Excise Act, 1964, to implement anti-forestalling measures in respect of anticipated increases in excise duties (DAR 208) Notice R.305 1 April 2021

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Terms and Conditions

THE USE OF THIS WEBSITE IS REGULATED BY THE RULES FOR ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION, PRESCRIBED UNDER SECTION 255(1) OF THE TAX ADMINISTRATION ACT, 2011 (ACT NO. 28 OF 2011). THE RULES WERE ISSUED IN PUBLIC NOTICE GN 644, GOVERNMENT GAZETTE 37940 OF 25 AUGUST 2011 AND IS AVAILABLE HERE. THE RULES AS WELL AS THE TERMS […]

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Tax Practitioners Connect Issue 30 (March 2022)

[…] On 12 October 2021, it was inspected and found to contain scrap metal, which requires an International Trade Administration Commission (ITAC) permit and is liable for export duties. A criminal case was then registered with the SAPS for contravention of the Customs and Excise Act and the ITAC Act. The scrap metal industry is […]

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New Customs Legislation FAQs

[…] replace the provisions of the current Customs and Excise Act, 1964, in relation to customs only and the amended 1964 Act will continue to apply to excise duties and the other levies and taxes mentioned.   18. Will it be mandatory for all exporters and importers to re-register every three years for their import and […]

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Tax Practitioners’ Connect Issue 25 (September)

Third Party Data Bi-Annual Submissions 2021: Now Open!  The SARS Third Party Data Bi-Annual Submissions for the period 1 March 2021 – 31 August 2021 opened on 01 September 2021, and will close on 31 October 2021.  Submissions of data files and declarations of the various reportable data types are now due.   At this time, […]

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Traders and Travellers Connect Edition 3

[…] duty and Value Added Tax (VAT). A bond/guarantee, which will set the amount required to secure participation in this scheme, is required. No locally manufactured goods, ( duties and levies) may be deferred under this scheme. The payment of Customs duties and VAT, in accordance with section 39(1)(b), at the time of importation, may […]

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Schedules to the Customs and Excise Act, 1964

[…] 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: For implementation of HS 2022 as published on 22 […]

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Tariff Amendments 2011

[…] Taxation Proposals Taxation Proposals as tabled at 15:06 Errata Document (National Treasury)   Note: See pages 2-4 of the Errata document containing Table C.6 – Specific Excise Duties, 2010/11 – 2011/12 – with the amendments applicable only on hard copies of the 2011 Budget Review ​23 February 2011 Time of Tabling = 15:06 ​28 February 2011 ​GG 34059 R.175 […]

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