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299 Bronkhorst St

Bronkhorst St

Pretoria

0181

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.77334

28.23242

299 Bronkhorst St

Bronkhorst St

Pretoria

0187

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.77334

28.23242

299 Bronkhorst St

Bronkhorst St

Pretoria

0181

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.77334

28.23242

Receivers of Revenue

South Africa’s legislation was established to collect and comply with tax laws in terms of revenue that has been received. Receivers of revenue collect all national taxes, duties and levies. The more revenue you receive the more they collect from you.
 
The receiver of revenue in South Africa is a government institute of the country and works in accordance with the South African Revenue Service Act of 1997. The National Treasury sets the tax in South Africa but it is managed by SARS.
 
The receivers of revenue managing organisations functions are to facilitate trade, collect revenue that may be imposed under any legislation as agreed on between the managing organisation and the government or the receiver of revenue. They also advise the Minister of Finance in South Africa on all revenue matters.
 
Revenue that is received in South Africa funds the governmental departments and budgets are set to support these departments, budget allocations vary depending on the focus of the government. Education, for example, is a department that would receive a budget from the receiver to help fund schools so that the learners receive all the learning material that they may require.
 
The receiver of revenue allocates budget to all the departments of government. This is used for public works and benefits the country as a whole. The vision of the South Africa Revenue Services is to enhance economic growth and social development. It also supports the integration of South Africa into the global economy in a way that benefits all its citizens.
 
To find receivers of revenue in South Africa, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

Receivers of Revenue

South Africa’s legislation was established to collect and comply with tax laws in terms of revenue that has been received. Receivers of revenue collect all national taxes, duties and levies. The more revenue you receive the more they collect from you.
 
The receiver of revenue in South Africa is a government institute of the country and works in accordance with the South African Revenue Service Act of 1997. The National Treasury sets the tax in South Africa but it is managed by SARS.
 
The receivers of revenue managing organisations functions are to facilitate trade, collect revenue that may be imposed under any legislation as agreed on between the managing organisation and the government or the receiver of revenue. They also advise the Minister of Finance in South Africa on all revenue matters.
 
Revenue that is received in South Africa funds the governmental departments and budgets are set to support these departments, budget allocations vary depending on the focus of the government. Education, for example, is a department that would receive a budget from the receiver to help fund schools so that the learners receive all the learning material that they may require.
 
The receiver of revenue allocates budget to all the departments of government. This is used for public works and benefits the country as a whole. The vision of the South Africa Revenue Services is to enhance economic growth and social development. It also supports the integration of South Africa into the global economy in a way that benefits all its citizens.
 
To find receivers of revenue in South Africa, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

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