Govt Gazettes Amendments To Import Ban Law

In a statement last night, Industry and Commerce Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu announced the proclamation of the Statutory Instrument 237A of 2018, amending SI 122 of 2017 that substituted SI 64 introduced in 2016, Control of Goods (Open General Import Licence).

Said Ndlovu:

The Ministry of Industry and Commerce would like to advise the general public that SI 237A of 2018 has been promulgated in the extra-ordinary gazette published on the 29th of October 2018, amending SI 122 of 2017.

Products that can now be imported include:

  • animals oils and fats (lard, tallow and dripping)
  • baked beans
  • body creams
  • bottled water
  • cement
  • cereals
  • cheese
  • coffee creams
  • cooking oil
  • crude soya bean oil
  • fertiliser
  • finished steel roofing sheets
  • wheat flour
  • ice cream.
  • jam
  • juice blends
  • margarine
  • mayonnaise
  • packaging materials
  • peanut butter
  • pizza base
  • potato crisps
  • salad creams
  • shoe polish
  • soap
  • sugar
  • synthetic hair products
  • wheel barrows
  • agrochemicals and
  • stock feeds

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