Article by Adele Mackenzie from FTW
The South African Revenue Service (Sars) is working closely with industry associations – including the South African Association of Freight Forwarders (Saaff) – to ensure that everyone understands the legislative requirements on cargo
reporters, according to Sars Customs executive, Beyers Theron.
He was responding to FTW about concerns raised by Easyclear sales manager, Michael Henning, who told FTW that one of the
greatest challenges around the
Customs clearing software provider Easyclear is finalising the web-based version of its successful windows application which incorporates the latest South African Revenue Service (Sars) modernisation changes under the New Customs Act Programme
“This new application operates like any other SAAS (software as a service) programme and makes use of Microsoft Azure IaaS (infrastructure as a service) platforms, allowing us to provide comprehensive DRP (Disaster recovery processes) and data replication
Article by Nicole Jacobs from FTW
South African Revenue Service (Sars) has made significant progress in facilitating trade and speeding up turnaround at the country’s borders by moving towards a completely electronic process, according to general manager of software provider Easyclear, Michael Henning.
A major step forward has been the implementation of the Reporting of Conveyances and Goods (RCG) programme – which has just been launched – requiring all cargo reporters to submit reports to