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Welcome to the Namibia Revenue Agency

The Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) is the nation’s tax collecting authority.

Established in terms of the Namibia Revenue Agency Act 12 of 2017 as an autonomous agency, we are responsible for administering the Namibian tax laws and customs and excise services. Our outcomes are:

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Individual Tax

In Namibia all individuals are treated the same for tax purposes, regardless of their marital status, gender and age. Trusts, deceased and insolvent estates are also taxed on the same basis as individuals. Individuals subject to tax include, but ar


Business Tax

Business Income Tax is a tax collected from companies. The tax amount is based on the net income businesses obtain while exercising their business activity, normally during one business year. Namibia operates on a source-based tax system, meaning th


Investors Info Pack

Foreign investors looking at setting up business in Namibia need to consider several factors. Factors which include, but are not limited to, inter alia the Namibian Tax System, immigration requirements for individuals, exchange control regulations f


Customs & Excise

Customs and Excise aims to facilitate and control the movement of all goods involved in international trade. Customs and Excise is mandated to promote the security and facilitation of international trade, transport and people, including simp


Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Cargo Manifest?

What is Gross Income?

What is Value-Added Tax?

What is ASYCUDA?

What is the Export Processing Zone (EPZ)?

What is the Inspection Act?

Who is classified as a taxpayer representative?

What does re-importation in the same state mean?

What is the ATA Carnet?

What are Export Processing Zone Enterprises and Certificates?

What is a surety bond?

What does NAMSAD mean?

Latest Announcements

Publish Date: 15 November 2022

Public Notice Launch of SADC Electronic Certificate of Origin E-COO

Public Notice Launch of SADC Electronic Certificate of Origin E-COO


Publish Date: 9 November 2022

NamRA Tax Café edition - Gaining Momentum is the Tax Tribunal: A Journey To Success

NamRA Tax Café edition - Gaining Momentum is the Tax Tribunal: A Journey To Success


Publish Date: 1 November 2022

Public Notice - UCR Implementation

Public Notice - UCR Implementation


Publish Date: 7 October 2022

NamRA Communique Wagon July-September 2022

NamRA Communique Wagon July-September 2022


Publish Date: 19 September 2022

Warning Against Phishing Emails - ITAS

Warning Against Phishing Emails - ITAS


Publish Date: 15 September 2022

Network Shutdown 17 September 2022

TEMPORARY ITAS SYSTEM DOWNTIME (16-17 SEPTEMBER  2022)


Publish Date: 10 August 2022

Communique Wagon Volume 7


Publish Date: 10 August 2022

NamRA Communique Wagon- Vol.7

Well, half of 2022 is already gone, at some pace one might add. Apparently, that is what happens when we are busy or having fun. At NamRA, it has been a fair combination of both as the 2022/23 financial year (FY2022/23)got underway on a rather high n


Publish Date: 4 August 2022

Rulings of the Tax Tribunal, July 2022

Rulings of the Tax Tribunal, July 2022


Publish Date: 1 July 2022

Media Release-Lifting The Moratorium On The Payment Of Tax Refunds-Provisional Taxpayers

On 24 March 2022, the Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) imposed a moratorium on the payment of tax refunds of provisional taxpayers, following the detection of a scam related to the payment of refunds in this regard.


Publish Date: 10 June 2022

Notice to all Employers

In terms of Schedule 2 (14) (2) to the Income Tax Act 1981 ( Act No. 24 of 1981), all Employers  must submit a declaration in a prescribed form monthly when making a payment of tax deducted from the remuneration paid to Employees.


Publish Date: 27 May 2022

Modified Electronic Filing Tax Relief Programme

The Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) hereby announces that the Modified Electronic Filing Tax Relief Programme (the Programme), as indicated by the Minister of Finance Honourable Ipumbu Shiimi during his 2022/2023 National Budget address in February 20