List Of PBO In South Africa

A public benefit organization (PBO) can be a trust, a company (a not-for-profit company in terms of the new Companies Act) or another association registered with the South African Revenue Service (SARS) in terms of Section.

Find below are the list of PBO In South Africa

Deloitte Johannesburg

Address: 5 Magwa Cres, Waterval City, Midrand, 2066
Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 5PM ⋅ Opens 8AM Tue
Phone: 011 806 5000

SA Guide Dogs Association for the Blind

Address: Glen Ashley, Durban North, 4051
Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 5PM ⋅ Opens 8AM Tue
Phone: 031 572 3090

Alzheimers South Africa

Address: 26 Scott Rd, Pinetown, 3610
Phone: 031 702 8811

How do I find my PBO number?

Need help?

Call the SARS Contact Centre on 0800 00 SARS (7277)

Call the Tax Exemption Unit (TEU) on 012 483 1700 or.

Email your query to

What is a PBO number in South Africa?

Not for Profit Organisations and Tax

If the exemption application has been approved by SARS, the organization is registered as a Public Benefit Organization (PBO) and allocated a unique PBO reference number.

Is a church a PBO?

In particular, there is now no automatic exemption for churches, charities, schools and section 21 companies. Instead, section 30 has introduced and tightly defined the concept of a “public benefit organization”.

Where do I register a PBO in South Africa?

If you want your company to be approved as a public benefit organization (PBO) you must apply at the South African Revenue Service (SARS).

How do I get a PBO certificate?

To register as a PBO, organizations need to submit the following documents to the Tax Exemption Unit of SARS.

A certified copy of the organisation’s founding document.

A completed application form to register a PBO (Form EI 1)

What is the difference between NPO and PBO?

The difference between NPO and PBO is that the latter stands for a public benefit organization, and it can be a trust, company, an NPC registered under the new Companies Act, or any other association that has been registered with SARS.

Do pastors pay taxes in South Africa?

The South African Revenue Services says while it is not targeting spiritual leaders and churches are exempt from tax, they are subject to tax on their trading income and salaries which is not happening in some cases.