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How to make Tax Practitioner appointments at SARS

Tuesday, 06 May 2014   (6 Comments)
Posted by: Author: Emmerentia Fischer
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Author: Emmerentia Fischer

SARS confirmed the procedure/method to follow when requesting an appointment with the following SARS branch offices:

  • Pretoria
    • Pretoria (Pavillion)
    • Pretoria (North)
    • Doringkloof
  • North West
    • Rustenburg
    • Klerksdorp
    • Mmabatho
  • West Rand
    • Krugersdorp
    • Randfontein
    • Roodepoort
  • Limpopo
    • Sibasa
    • Giyani
    • Lebowakgomo
    • Polokwane
  • Kwa-Zulu Natal
    • Umhlanga Ridge
    • Pinetown
    • Pietermartizburg
    • Durban
    • Port Shepstone
    • Richards Bay
    • Mthatha
    • East London
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Tessa L. Fairweather says...
Posted Thursday, 22 May 2014
Really? This is a classic example of SARS making something really simple almost impossible to access or understand. Can't SAIT at least check that the communications SAIT passes on are at least complete and accessible?
Johannes D. De Kock says...
Posted Tuesday, 13 May 2014
The SARS-website only refer to appointments at the Pretoria-branch. Whay about the Western Cape e g Bellville?
Joffre Papenfus says...
Posted Tuesday, 13 May 2014
The above does not address two key concerns I have experienced: Being forced to sit wait over an hour past the appointment time; Being denied service without an appointment when I choose to sit and wait , as I have to wait with or without an appointment. The question is actually why SARS is sidelining practitioners, and the probable answer is that without expert advice, the growing branch submission process allows SARS to artificially "increase" collections by not capturing marginal refund claims on especially medical expenses.
Patricia Fenwick says...
Posted Tuesday, 13 May 2014
What about East Rand and Randburg, Johannesburg etc????
Maryke Roos says...
Posted Monday, 12 May 2014
What about offices in Mpumalanga
Juani-Mari van Staden says...
Posted Monday, 12 May 2014
What about the Western Cape SARS offices?



Section 240A of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (as amended) requires that all tax practitioners register with a recognized controlling body before 1 July 2013. It is a criminal offense to not register with both a recognized controlling body and SARS.

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