The Dream

PBO No. 930078555 - Registration Number 2022/616262/08Our collective
goals

At the heart of the South Africa Cricket Academy’s mission lies our dedication to creating a brighter future, not just for ourselves but for every member of our community. We recognize the challenges faced by marginalized communities, where hardship, poverty, hunger, and inequality persist. Through our cricket initiative and aligned programs, we aim not only to nurture sporting talent but also to address these pressing issues. Our initiatives resonate with several Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and are in line with the objectives outlined in South Africa’s National Development Plan 2030. Together, through cricket and comprehensive programs, we aspire to create lasting positive change, fostering a future where every individual has equal opportunities to thrive.

Our goals

Foundation’s mission is to inspire tomorrow’s heroes and tackle national challenges in education, health and unemployment; and make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth from low-income communities.
Are donations to charity exempt from tax?

While not tax-exempt, donations to certain approved public benefit organisations (PBOs) are tax-deductible to the extent that the donation does not exceed 10% of the donor’s taxable income. Any donations exceeding 10% of taxable income will be treated as a donation made in the following year of assessment. However, for an individual to qualify for this tax exemption, they must be in receipt of a Section 18A certificate issued by the PBO which is granted by the Tax Exemption Unit of Sars. If you have donated to an approved PBO during the year of assessment, you can upload the Section 18A certificate when doing your e-filing in order to qualify for the exemption.

 

When planning to make a donation, it is important to therefore take into consideration whether donations tax applies and whether your donation is tax-deductible. Donations are strictly regulated by Sars and it is important that you do not fall foul of their requirements. If necessary, let your accountant or tax practitioner assist with structuring your donations in the most appropriate and tax-efficient manner.

What Is Taxable Income?
Personal Income Tax

In South Africa, you are liable to pay income tax if you earn more than: R95 750 and you are younger than 65 years. If you are 65 or older but younger than 75 years old, the tax threshold (i.e. the amount above which income tax becomes payable) is R148 217.

What steps must I take After making a donation?

After making a donation you should complete the donations tax return  (Form IT144 – Declaration by donor / donee) and submit it to your nearest SARS branch together with your proof of payment. 

When should it be paid?

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How should it be paid?
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Capitalize on low hanging fruit to identify a ballpark value added activity to beta test. Override the digital divide with additional clickthroughs from DevOps. Nanotechnology immersion along the information highway will close the loop on focusing solely on the bottom line.

Capitalize the word

Capitalize on low hanging fruit to identify a ballpark value added activity to beta test. Override the digital divide with additional clickthroughs from DevOps. Nanotechnology immersion along the information highway will close the loop on focusing solely on the bottom line.

The Academy

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