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Do you know the best way to import used vehicles into Africa?  You should.

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These are the required documents and official forms when exporting vehicles from Durban to the following countries: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Please note that BLNS member countries like Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland may enjoy lower excise taxes and fees due to being part of a common customs union.  Nevertheless, the same forms and documents are required.

Some countries like Mozambique require pre-shipment inspections by subcontracted service providers such as Intertek.  Be sure to know your country’s procedure regarding this.

Documents / Forms

Issuing Agency

Additional Info

IE 91 Application for Export Permit

International trade Administration Commission (ITAC)

Export Permit

ITAC

This is issued if application was successful

DA 550 – Bill of Entry/Bill of Export

Customs and Excise (C&E)

F178 – Request for Bank Clearance

buyer’s bank

Required only if value of vehicle exceeds SA Rand 50,000

CNV – Change of particulars of notice in respect of motor vehicles

local vehicle registering authority

CNV forms can also be downloaded from http://www.enatis.com

RPC for Export Purposes – Request for Police Clearance

local vehicle registering authority

Form must be completed by the SAPS

SARPCCO Clearance Certificate – Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Co-operation Organisation

Local police agency in the country of export

SAD500 – Customs Clearance Document

C & E

VIN/ Chassis number indicated on the form must match that on the vehicle

IRCCIndustrial Rebate Credit Certificate

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)

This requires a proof of export such as a bill of lading or consignment note

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