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Payment of taxes impressive in Swaziland

According to the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business report 2012, Swaziland is placed at 7th position of the 15 SADC countries on paying of taxes. This is an impressive position given the number and magnitude of changes that have taken place in the local economy, especially since 2011. Read more

SRA introduces self-assessment for Income Tax

Following issuance of a gazette by Government for Large Taxpayers to self assess for their 2012/2013 Income Tax returns, the SRA has now started engaging taxpayers on its implications. This follows some background work on putting in place the necessary tools that taxpayers will require for successful self assessment. This new system is expected to improve compliance amongst taxpayers. Read more on self assessment


Four SRA Board Members get awards from King

Four Swaziland Revenue Authority Board Members were awarded by His Majesty King Mswati III the occassion of the King's 45th Anniversary. These were Board Chariman Ambrose Dlamini, Vice Chairman S'thofeni Ginindza, Board Member Martin Dlamini and Board Member Khabonina Mabuza.


Heads of state to have final say on SACU

The Southern African Customs Union (SACU) agreement which guides the operations of the SACU Affairs, has been amended to include the SACU Summit comprising heads of state and government, as the supreme decision making body. Read More


One Tariff Board for SACU members

His Majesty King Mswati III, together with his counterparts from SACU member states, have encouraged the speedy finalization of the processes engaged towards the establishment of one Tariff Board for the Union. Read More


Standardized Transport movement for SACU Goods

SACU Council of Ministers has developed a transport sector programme and a regional road safety strategy that will focus on standards and permits for the movement of goods and services among member states. Read More


Submission Of Proof Of Payment and Supporting Documents

The Swaziland Revenue Authority (SRA) requests taxpayers who have made payments through either electronic funds transfer (EFT), direct bank deposit or inter-account transfer and have not had those payments receipted, to kindly submit proof of such payments/deposit slips to the SRA. Read More 


Provisional Tax
1st Payment due no later than 31st December 2nd Payment due no later than 30th June 3rd Payment due on receipt of Notice of Assessment after having submitted Income Tax Returns
Submission of Income Tax Returns
No later than the 31st October every year
Submission of Salary Reconciliations
No later than the 30th September every year
Remittance of PAYE
No later than the 7th every month