CD4-01: CAPE TOWN: SA VAT Act & Exports plus the UCR system


To find out how to provisionally book, or if you need a quote, click on the red “how to book” tab, above, or capture your email in the right-hand panel to initiate the pro-forma process.


This is a full-day, compact 7-hour course covering the complexities of the New Export Regulation R.316 with regard to exporting from SA, as well as the fundamentals of zero-rated export supplies.

The course also addresses export Exchange Control issues around the UCR system.

Indirect exports are in most instances subject to VAT at the standard rate. However, there are opportunities where the vendor may elect to zero-rate the supply of the movable goods, subject to certain requirements being met. Importantly, the requirements for documentary compliance are covered in detail.

We will also look at when the vendor may raise their invoices in foreign currencies and when they may not.

This course is based in part on the hundreds of questions and actual problems 'work-shopped' with past delegates since 1997 and the event is interactive, creating an excellent forum for questions & answers.

The course fees include electronic copies of the presentation material, VAT Interpretation Notes and Guides and the latest Exchange Control Manuals, PLUS a hard-back copy of the 2nd Edition of Trade Questions & Answers. The delegate also receives the latest SA VAT wall chart.

Course costs include lunch and certificates of attendance are issued for this course.

Attend this course plus either of the courses on Incoterms (19th September) or L/Cs for Beneficiaries (21st) and join the Export morning workshop on the 22nd September at no additional cost.

This course is also available as an in-house event;

email to enquire further. 


Venue Information

NH The Lord Charles
Main Rd & Broadway Boulevard,
Croydon, Cape Town,

HOW TO provisionally BOOK:

  1. Step One - on the right-hand side of the screen you will see a field for your email address. This is your email address: as the party making the booking we may need to contact you regardless of whether you are attending or not.

  2. Step Two - this takes you to the next screen where you will capture your personal and company details. This is the only time you will need to do this. You are then sent a ‘link’ by email to continue (this is an anti-spam measure).

  3. Step Three - on receipt of the email you follow the link it contains to finalise the provisional booking with your delegates’ details. At any point you may also add to, amend or cancel the provisional booking.

Bookings are only confirmed on payment.

Thereafter, all you will need to do to initiate a provisional booking is to use your email address. So it is; email address, click the email link, click the pro-forma request: One, Two, Three – finished.