New Levy Period:
Levy Collection - 2013
NAMC - CGA Levy Letter
R & D Fax Claim (Updated)
R & D Tax Claim - Afrikaans (Updated)
Letter on R & D Expenditure from Price Waterhouse Coopers
Citrus Levy R928
SARS Binding Ruling
Update on Levy Rate from 2009 to 2012
Confirmation from NAMC of new levy
Latest News on Collection of Levies for 2008
Citrus Growers Association Levy.
Since the introduction of the levy, we have often received queries from growers and exporters as to whether or not the levy is compulsory.
For the interest and information of all I have listed the steps taken by the CGA from the first appointment with Minister Didiza to explain why the CGA needed a statutory levy instead of the previous voluntary levy.
If there are any other questions you would like answered please contact the CGA either through our website or on 031-7652514.
For any questions on the levy and registration as an exporter, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Application to Register as Exporter
Levy Return Form to be completed by Exporters
STEPS IN THE LEVY APPLICATION PROCESS
June 2000 Meeting with Minister
Application for statutory levy Sept 2000
Minister Didiza Appeal Mar 2001
NAMC Questionnaire Jan 2002
ON 30TH MARCH 2001 NOTICE OF THE STATUTORY LEVY ON ALL EXPORT CITRUS APPEARED IN THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.
The levy amount was R0,014c per kilogram or R0,21c per 15 kg carton. (Excl VAT)
Letters of Support 2003
NAMC Referendum Results Nov 2003
August 2004 NAMC approve_levy
Reapplication letter to Minister
Application for Levy Revision Approved
Notice of the new Statutory Levy appears in the Government Gazette dated 25 August 2004.
Government Gazette Aug 2004
The new levy set for the next four years from the above date is R0,0213 per kg of export citrus fruit (or R0,32c per 15kg carton - excl. VAT)