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.

Industrial minerals

Industrial minerals

There are some 680 producers of industrial minerals in South Africa, of which almost half are in...

Diamonds

Diamonds

The diamond industry continued to improve with an estimated 75% of cut diamonds destined for North...

Gold

Gold

According to Statistics South Africa, South Africa's annual gold production in 2012 was close to...

Reserves

Reserves

South Africa has the world's largest resources of platinum group metals (87,7% of world total),...

Small-Scale Mining

Small-Scale Mining

The Department of Mineral Resources' small-scale mining strategy provides a framework for creating...

Mineral Wealth

Mineral Wealth

South Africa's mineral wealth is typically found in the following well-known geological formations...

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