Webinar on SMME Traders Rights

Jul 26, 2023 | Uncategorised

26 July 2023 – SMME Traders Rights webinar 

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) invites you to a webinar on Traders Rights in collaboration with the Office of the Tax Ombudsman and the Border Management Agency.

SARS recognises the importance of the Small Medium and Micro Enterprise (SMME) traders and their significant contribution to the South African economy.  Our strategic objectives include providing taxpayers and traders with clarity and certainty, as well as making it simple for them to meet their tax obligations. The aim of the webinar is to educate customs cross-border traders about their rights, and the channels to follow when their rights have not been upheld.

Examples of challenges that may infringe SMME traders’ rights can be unfair penalties, being asked for bribes and the lack of adherence to the SARS Service Charter turnaround times by SARS Customs officials, etc.

Other challenges may include the inability of female traders to conduct their business without sexual harassment and victimisation.

As an important stakeholder, we invite you to join this webinar, and to extend this invitation to other interested parties.

The details of the event are as follows:

Theme: Traders Rights Webinar

Date: Thursday, 27 July 2023
Time:  10:00-12:00
Platforms: Zoom and YouTube

Register in advance for this webinar on the following link:

https://sars-gov-za.zoom.us/s/97607806001?pwd=dE0rOVBac1dPbVdCQjlpb0NzTjhSdz09

Meeting ID: 976 0780 6001
Passcode: 947755

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to log on to the webinar. The webinar will be recorded and posted on the SARSTV YouTube channel after the event.

YouTube: 

https://youtube.com/live/L53nLSlviac?feature=share

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