MORE ABOUT SARS

SARS

WHAT DOES SARS DO?

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) is the nation’s tax collecting authority. Established in terms of the South African Revenue Service Act 34 of 1997 as an autonomous agency, we are responsible for administering the South African tax system and customs service.

SARS outcomes are:
  • Increased Customs and Excise compliance
  • Increased tax compliance
  • Increased ease and fairness of doing business with SARS
  • Increased Cost effectiveness and Internal Efficiencies
  • Increased public trust and credibility.

How SARS do it

SARS is heedful of the role of taxation in nation-building and therefore deem the tax system as an asset that belongs to the nation. In doing our work, we are guided by the code of conduct and the principles of SARS values of accountability, fairness, honesty, integrity, respect, transparency and trust.
SARS encourages compliance with tax and customs law to ensure that everyone pays their fair share. We do so in a manner that does not unduly impede trade, economic growth and development by imposing excessive and unfair administrative burden on taxpayers, traders and businesses and to achieve compliance in the most efficient and cost effective manner.
SARS approach to promoting compliance is based on three principles. We must make taxpayers aware of their obligations, make it easy to meet them and act against those who break the law.

SARS VISITATION DATES 2019

SEPTEMBER 2019

– Tuesday, 10 September  2019 

Time: 09h00 – 15h00

Venue: Skilpad Hall, Vredenburg

– Wednesday, 11 September  2019

Time: 09h00 – 15h00

Venue: Multipurpose Centre, Saldanha

– Thursday, 12 September  2019

Time: 09h00 – 15h00

Venue: Multipurpose Centre, Saldanha

October 2019

– Tuesday, 29 October  2019 

Time: 09h00 – 15h00

Venue: Multipurpose Centre, Saldanha

– Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Time: 09h00 – 15h00

Venue: Multipurpose Centre, Saldanha

– Thursday, 31 October 2019

Time: 09h00 – 15h00

Venue: Skilpad Hall, Vredenburg