Monthly Archives: January 2015

30 January 2015 – Trade Statistics for December 2014

Pretoria, 30 January 2015 – The South African Revenue Service (SARS) today releases trade statistics for December 2014 that recorded a trade surplus of R6.85 billion. This figure includes trade data with Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia …

29 January 2015 – CCMA Conciliation

Pretoria, 28 January 2015 – The South African Revenue Service (SARS) can confirm that the unfair labour practice dispute with regard to the suspension of
5 December 2014 was amicably resolved through Conciliation at the …

30 January 2015 deadline

IRP6 form issueWe are fixing the medical scheme fees tax credit field being ‘greyed out’, use this work-around for now,read moreI need my tax numberForgotten your tax number? You can request it from SARS in …

Dividends Tax

What’s new? 
27 January 2015 – Legal changes made to Dividends TaxLimited legal changes have been made to Dividends Tax following the promulgation of the Acts on 20 January 2015. These changes include:
11 December …

East Asia and the Pacific: Interview With Nattha Komolvadhin of ...

Introduction (Thai)

Eight months after the May 22, 2014 coup in Thailand, reactions have come from western countries such as the U.S. and EU that have degraded diplomatic and military relationships in Thailand. But today, …

East Asia and the Pacific: Remarks at the Institute of Security and ...

ASSISTANT SECRETARY RUSSEL: Professor Thitinan, thank you so much for that kind introduction. Hello Bangkok, Sawadee krap. It’s really great to be back in Thailand and it’s really an honor for me to be here …

20 January 2015 – SARS Enforcement and Customs Operations for ...

Pretoria, 20 January 2015 – The South African Revenue Service (SARS) is providing an update to the media and the public on its operations to combat crimes such as smuggling, fraud and abuse of the …

13 January 2015 – Response to recent media speculation ...

Pretoria, 13 January 2015 – The South African Revenue Service takes note of the article, ‘Pillay fights back’, published in one of the Sunday Newspapers of the 11 January 2015. SARS would like to place …