By: Tinotenda Chizanga Silverback Technologies CC & Others v Commissioner, South African Revenue Services  ZASCA 128 “The SCA held that reliance on headings and explanatory notes when classifying goods must be understood as intended to provide explanations and guidance since these were not intended to override or contradict legislation. The Customs and […]
South Africa is a nation rich in stories. Every corner of its vast landscapes carries tales of its people, from ancient tribes to colonial settlers. The recent tragic fire in Johannesburg only claimed over 70 lives, which was on the eve of Heritage Month, also consumed structures that housed countless memories, serving as a stark […]
CUSTOMS CODE CANCELLATION: UPDATING OF REGISTRATION OR LICENSING DETAILS OF EXISTING CUSTOMS CLIENTS ON RLA SYSTEM
Earlier in the year we published a note/edition, noting the risk of customs code cancellation. At the time it was 31 March 2023, being the set cut-off date for the migration to the new Customs Registration, Licensing, and Accreditation (“RLA”); being the ‘customs’ e-filing channel for submission of new registration and licensing applications. ihttps://www.linkedin.com/pulse/31-march-2023-customs-code-cancellation At the […]
We are pleased to announce that our Managing Director Sydwell Mketsu has been appointed as an audit committee member of the Eastern Cape Department of Rural Development and Agrarian Reform. The role of the committee is to help strengthen the objectivity and credibility of financial and non-financial reporting. Monitor the performance of the Internal Audit […]
You have finally found a buyer for your property, What’s the next step? The transferring of property may seem to be difficult and complicated, but with the help of a conveyance, attorney or notary nothing can stand between you and your buyer. We outline all the steps to take during the process. Step 1: Receive […]
Article by Adelaid Mabusela When it comes to CCMA matters, disputes can arise from a variety of sources. In this article, we examine when such disputes arise. Section 23 of the Constitution of 1996 (“the Constitution”) provides for the protection and regulation of labour relations between employees and employers (labour rights). Amongst the rights […]
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