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Tariff

[…] Act. Tariff classification relates to the proper classification of goods within the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (tariff book). The Tariff Book indicates the normal customs duties (Schedule No 1, Part 1), excise duties (Schedule No 1, Part 2A), ad valorem duties (Schedule No 1, Part 2B), anti-dumping duties (Schedule No 2, Part […]

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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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Customs Refunds and Drawbacks

[…] Phase 2 (refund item 538.00/04.00) as well as the required supporting documents; and the alignment of the limitation date for export duty refunds. To claim back these duties, the importer must be in possession of a valid Production Rebate Certificate (PRC) of which the importer is the beneficiary. See the updated Refunds and Drawbacks […]

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Tax Practitioner Connect Issue 22 (21 June 2021)

[…] and is specifically equipped for that purpose. The home office must be set up solely for the purpose of working. The taxpayer’s remuneration is only salary, the duties are mainly performed in this part of the home. It therefore means you perform more than 50% of your duties in your home office. More than […]

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Excise

[…] all official languages: English IsiZulu IsiXhosa Afrikaans Sepedi Setswana Sesotho Xitsonga SiSwati Tshivenda IsiNdebele 4 February 2022 – Excise Payment Dates for 2022 WHAT IS IT? Excise duties and levies are imposed mostly on high-volume daily consumable products (e.g. petroleum and alcohol and tobacco products) as well as certain non-essential or luxury items (e.g. […]

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Tax Practitioner Connect Issue 18 (6 April 2020)

[…] viewing PAYE and all other third party providers as essential role players at different intervals on the tax collection continuum contributing to the completeness and correctness of data including those of individuals. This approach will contribute to the achievement of our strategic intent of developing a tax and customs system based on voluntary compliance […]

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Excise payment and submission dates for 2023/2024

Excise payment and submission dates for 2024/2025 PAYMENT & SUBMISSION DATES OF EXCISE DUTY ACCOUNTS FOR FY 2023/24 FOR AD VALOREM CALENDAR QUARTER ACCOUNT SUBMISSION DATE ACCOUNT PAYMENT DATE 1 January 2023 – 31 March 2023 [Quarter 1 of 2023] 25 April 2023 25 April 2023 1 April 2023 – 30 June 2023 [Quarter 2 […]

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eFiling Payments (Credit Push)

[…] captured. After you have saved the bank details, the details will be saved on eFiling as indicated below. If you click the “Open” hyperlink, the banking Information page will be displayed. To remove the bank details, click the “Delete” button. Click “OK” to confirm the deletion of the bank details or “Cancel” to close […]

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Enterprise Research and Knowledge Management

[…] and support the turnaround strategy for SARS and vision 2024.  How to apply for research approval with SARS? The ERKM committee considers research proposals based on SARS data or information from external partners. As part of the application review, the approval process is aligned to all relevant legislation(s), the enterprise research framework, data governance […]

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Explanations and Notes

Visualisations The visualisations are graphic representations of more than five years of trade data. They provide an opportunity to explore South Africa’s trade figures. For assistance or queries, please email [email protected]. Data Download The data download is in BETA release. We have restricted the amount of data that can be downloaded. Should you not […]

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