Taxation

South Africa has a residence-based tax system, which means residents are – subject to certain exclusions – taxed on their worldwide income, irrespective of where their income was earned.

Non-residents are, however, taxed on their income from a South African source, but subject to the provisions of international agreements for the avoidance of double tax.

Most of the state’s income is derived from income tax, although nearly a third of total revenue from government taxes comes from indirect taxes, primarily value-added tax.

Organic Agriculture

Organic Agriculture

Organic farming avoids the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers by...

Agri Eco Contribution

Agri Eco Contribution

While the primary agricultural sector contributes about 3% to the country's gross domestic product...

Green Economy

Green Economy

The green economy is shaping the next wave of industrialisation and is a key sector in the New...

Trade and Industry

Trade and Industry

The Department of Trade and Industry's vision is of a South Africa that has a vibrant economy,...

Foreign Trade

Foreign Trade

Since the end of apartheid foreign trade in South Africa has increased, following the lifting of...

Economic Dev

Economic Dev

365 000 new jobs five major new state infrastructure projects R300 billion for the country's ports...

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