Terms and Conditions

The rules as well as the terms and conditions hereunder are binding and enforceable against all persons that access the NamRA website or any part thereof.

If you do not agree to the rules and these terms and conditions, you must leave this website now as further use shall automatically bind you.

Definitions & Interpretations

In these terms and conditions, unless the content indicates otherwise, a term assigned a meaning in the rules, has a meaning so assigned and the following terms have the following meaning - 

General

The NamRA website provides information, guidelines, and services relating to revenue and customs tax affairs.

Intellectual Property Rights & Domain Name Use

All intellectual property rights in and to the NamRA website and all technology, material, content, and services made available on and through the site are the property of or licensed to NamRA and as such, protected from infringement by both domestic and international law. In this regard, the User undertakes - 

Allowed Use & License

Service, Software & Equipment

Privacy

Security

Disclaimer

Removal & Correction of Content

Users are encourages to report untrue, inaccurate, defamtory, illegal, infringing or harmful content available on and through the NamRA website to NamRa and NamRA undertakes to correct or remove such content or any part thereof where NamRA determines that it to be inappropriate.

Entire Agreement & Severability

Applicable Law

The NamRA website is hosted, controlled, and operated from Namibia and therefore the laws of Namibia, including the Rules, governs the NamRA website, these Terms and Conditions, and all matters arising therefrom or in connection therewith.

Legal Costs & Notices

NamRA shall not be liable for costs incurred by Users to obtain professional advice relating to the Rules or these Terms and Conditions.

NamRA Disclosures

Users may log complaints concerning the NamRA website via webmaster@namra.gov.na or with the NamRA Call Centre on Tel: +264 (61) 209 9111.

All information, content and data on NamRA website and associated facilities, including but not limited to software, hyperlinks and databases, is the property of or licensed to NamRA and is protected under applicable Namibian laws. Unauthorised usage of content and/or information is stricty prohibited. No person, business or web site may reproduce this site, contents, information or any portion thereof.

Latest Announcements

Publish Date: 10 June 2021

Vacancy: Senior Human Resource Officer D1

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Publish Date: 7 June 2021

Training Need Analysis for Customs Clearing Agents

The Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) is conducting the Training Need Analysis as from 07 – 18 June 2021. The purpose of this exercise is to enable NamRA develop a Customs Clearing Agent Guidebook and to provide training in Customs related mat


Publish Date: 26 May 2021

Undervaluation, Misclassification and Non-declaration

The Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) wishes to notify all customs clearing agents, importers, exporters, transporters, and the general public that, NamRA has identified a consistent pattern of undervaluation, misclassification, and non-declaration by c


Publish Date: 1 January 2019

ITAS - Online Registration & Submissions

Following the Ministry of Finance announcement on 10th December 2018, regarding the new ITAS System readiness for online registration and submission. We wish to thank the public for the enthusiasm showed about ITAS, in such a short period. However d


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Board of Directors

Chairperson Anna Nakale-KawanaDeputy Chairperson Stefan HugoMember Shirene BamptonMember Adv. Dennis KhamaMember Erica Shafudah


Administering Legislations

The tax laws, outlined below, are from the commencements of Namibia Revenue Agency Act administered by NamRA. To establish the Namibia Revenue Agency and to provide for its powers, functions and management; and to provide for incidental matters. Arr


Non Compliance

Non-Compliance is the failure or refusal to act in accordance with a law, regulation, or terms of a contract. In this regard, it is the failure or refusal to comply with the tax laws of Namibia. Non-compliance with tax laws includes a range of activ


Integrated Tax Administration System (ITAS)

The Ministry of Finance has introduced an Integrated Tax Administration System (ITAS). The overall objectives of ITAS is to improve service delivery to taxpayers. The system provides many online benefits such as 24/7 real time access to a taxpayer t


Privacy Policy

This page aims to inform you of our policies regarding the collection, use and disclosure of Personal Data when you use our Service and the choices you have associated with that data. The Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) (“us”, &am


About Us

The Namibia Revenue Agency Act, Act 12 of 2017 was gazette on 12 December 2017. The Namibia Revenue Agency Act provides for the establishment of the Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) and the powers, functions and management of NamRA.