DOING BUSINESS
IN SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa is a crucially important emerging economy and

the gateway to other African countries. South Africa is regarded

as Africa's economic powerhouse, leading the continent in

industrial output, mineral production and agricultural production.

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DOING BUSINESS
IN SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa is a crucially important emerging

economy and the gateway to other African

countries. South Africa is regarded as Africa's

economic powerhouse, leading the continent

in industrial output, mineral production and

agricultural production.

Learn More
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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


South Africa has long operated in the international business community and has, thus, developed a sound reputation and adopted international best practices across the business community and within its many institutions. From the management of financial controls, processes and operations, public and private sector business procedures in South Africa reflect local realities, whilst meeting and, in many instances, exceeding international standards.

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TAXATION

Comprehensive South African tax information is available on the South African Revenue Service's (SARS) website: www.sars.gov.za.

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IMPORT/ EXPORT LICENCING

Companies that are operating in South Africa are required to register with SARS as importers and/or exporters if their intention is to import or export goods  into/out of the country.

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CORPORATE INCOME TAX

Corporate Income Tax (CIT) applies to the world-wide income of companies which are domiciled in South Africa by way of incorporation under domestic law and companies which are

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LABOUR ADMINISTRATION


A range of labour laws have been enacted and are applicable to businesses. The said laws both address the general aspects of labour and set out to redress past inequalities. South Africa’s labour laws are necessarily complex and a good working knowledge of relevant legislation is vital. In this regard, the One-Stop-Shop facility has been created to assist investors navigate legislation and facilitate contact with relevant authorities which will assist them with compliance. The relevant legislation, together with practical guidelines are freely available on the South African Department of Labour’s website: www.labour.gov.za

BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SOUTH AFRICA (BLSA)

Representing South Africa's largest businesses:
Tel: +27 11 356 4650

BUSINESS UNITY SOUTH AFRICA (BUSA)

Representing businesses across theeconomy:
Tel: +27 11 784 8000

DURBAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY

Represents Durban's business community:
Tel: +27 31 335 1000

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