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The draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill, 2018 and the draft Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill were released for public comment on 16 July 2018 and include proposed amendments to the Value-Added Tax Act, 1991.

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Tax Alert - 2018 Legislative cycle: Proposed VAT amendments

The draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill, 2018 (“the draft TLAB”) and the draft Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill (“the draft TALAB”) were released for public comment on 16 July 2018 and include proposed amendments to the Value-Added Tax Act, 1991 (“the VAT Act”).

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Tax Alert - 2018 Legislative cycle: Proposed revisions to debt relief rules

The proposed amendments seek to address many of the concerns relating to the rules introduced in the 2017 legislative cycle. Importantly, it is proposed that the amendments be effective retrospectively for tax years commencing on or after 1 January 2018 (i.e. the effective date of the rules introduced in 2017).

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Tax alert - The Health Promotion Levy (“HPL”): Compliance Requirements

The HPL on sugary beverages came into effect on 1 April 2018 and has been levied since that date. To ensure compliance with the Customs and Excise Act, all local manufacturers of sugary beverages must be registered with and obtain a licence from the South African Revenue Service (“SARS”) and must prepare and submit monthly accounts (returns).

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