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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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198 Malibongwe Dve

Malibongwe Dve

Randburg

2125

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0815512

27.9775463

Regional Service Councils

The regional services council act was established in 1985 as a means to attain financial contributions for services used. These councils are now being replaced by the Service Councils, Metropolitan Councils and District Councils. The funding for these councils comes from the RSC levies collected from employers.

Other than a few specialised businesses like gun dealers or liquor stores, business no longer need a license to operate. However, they do need to contribute a levy to their respective councils. The purpose of these councils is to provide basic infrastructure in the areas under which they fall.
There are two kinds of levies to which employers can contribute. They are the Regional Services Levy, and the Regional Establishment Levy. The Regional Services Levy is based on a percentage of gross remuneration of employees, while the Regional Establishment Levy is based on the turnover of each business. The Gross Remuneration in the regional services levy is made up of a calculation of salaries, commissions, gratuities, fringe benefits, drawings, and/or director’s fees.

In many instances, councils will set their own levies, which are usually a percentage of about 0.35%. There are also a number of sections 21 organisations which do not pay these levies, like amateur sport clubs, religious organizations, charities and other non-profit organizations. If you are an owner of a legally registered company, you still have to pay the levy. This applies even if you haven’t employed any full time staff. There are also other levies that apply to small businesses, depending on type of business you have.

You can find out more information on about regional service councils our yellow pages website.

Regional Service Councils

The regional services council act was established in 1985 as a means to attain financial contributions for services used. These councils are now being replaced by the Service Councils, Metropolitan Councils and District Councils. The funding for these councils comes from the RSC levies collected from employers.

Other than a few specialised businesses like gun dealers or liquor stores, business no longer need a license to operate. However, they do need to contribute a levy to their respective councils. The purpose of these councils is to provide basic infrastructure in the areas under which they fall.
There are two kinds of levies to which employers can contribute. They are the Regional Services Levy, and the Regional Establishment Levy. The Regional Services Levy is based on a percentage of gross remuneration of employees, while the Regional Establishment Levy is based on the turnover of each business. The Gross Remuneration in the regional services levy is made up of a calculation of salaries, commissions, gratuities, fringe benefits, drawings, and/or director’s fees.

In many instances, councils will set their own levies, which are usually a percentage of about 0.35%. There are also a number of sections 21 organisations which do not pay these levies, like amateur sport clubs, religious organizations, charities and other non-profit organizations. If you are an owner of a legally registered company, you still have to pay the levy. This applies even if you haven’t employed any full time staff. There are also other levies that apply to small businesses, depending on type of business you have.

You can find out more information on about regional service councils our yellow pages website.

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