>>> Terms and conditions for Tax Indaba


  1.  The Organiser of the Tax Indaba for 2020 is the South African Institute of Tax Professionals SAIT (hereafter referred to as the Organiser)
  2. Reference to the Organiser will be deemed to include its agents, employees and sponsors. Reference to Delegate shall mean the person or entity booking a ticket via any website established or accredited by the Organiser or any booking agent nominated for such purpose by the Organiser. Conference shall mean the Tax Indaba 2020. Agreement shall mean the terms and Conditions set out herein read together with the booking form completed by the Delegate when making his booking for the conference. Reference to the neutral shall be deemed to include male and female and singular the plural and vice versa.
  3. Payment will only be accepted by way of EFT or Credit Card. No cash payments will be accepted.
  4. Invoices will only be generated against payment of the full fees pertaining to the conference.
  5. Should the Delegate wish to cancel the agreement, notice of such cancellation must be given to the Organiser in writing. The following cancellation fees shall be due and payable to the Organiser:
    • If notice of cancellation is received 60 days or more prior to the conference - 20% of the registration fee.
    • If notice of cancellation is received 30 days to 59 days prior to the conference - 50% of the registration fee.
    • If notice of cancellation is received 0 days to 29 days prior to the conference - 100% of the registration fee.
  6. Delegates who book and fail to attend the conference will be liable for the full conference fee.
  7. Should any legal proceedings arise from this agreement, the Organiser shall be entitled to recover its full legal costs on a scale as between attorney and own client, inclusive of fees of counsel, and notwithstanding whether action has been commenced with out of court or not.
  8. The Delegate shall be bound by the terms and conditions set forth in this agreement and any rules or regulations pertaining to the conference from time to time. Any changes will only be valid if made in writing and signed by an authorised official of the Organiser who shall have full power to interpret and to make or amend these rules, provided that such amendments and additions shall not operate to increase liabilities of the Organiser.
  9. The Delegate shall not be permitted to participate in the conference unless it has paid all of the fees agreed to and complied with all its obligations in terms of this agreement.
  10. The Delegate shall not engage in any form of promotional measures unless approved by the Organiser in advance and in writing.
  11. The Delegate is aware of and hereby irrevocably consent that its/his/her contact particulars may be released by the Organiser to any Sponsor of the conference for promotional purposes and that the Sponsor may initiate contact with the Delegate following the conference.
  12. Attendance hours at the conference shall be controlled solely by the Organiser who will specify hours etc., and admission shall be by ticket or identification badge. Identification badges shall not be transferable.
  13. The Organiser, shall not responsible for any loss, theft or damage by fire or injury of any nature to any person or article. The Delegate hereby releases the Organiser from any liability arising regardless of cause.
  14. the Organiser will not be responsible for any errors or omissions on documents prepared and submitted by any advertiser or Sponsor.
  15. The completion of the registration and its receipt by the Organiser shall be deemed conclusive proof of the Delegate’s agreement to pay the full conference fees due from that moment.
  16. The Organiser shall not be liable for loss, damage or delay resulting from acts of war, civil commotion, strikes or lock-outs, intervention or regulation, military activity or any other circumstances which shall make it impossible or inadvisable for the Organiser to hold the exhibition/conference at the time and place provided, and the Organiser reserves the right to re-schedule the conference/exhibition at another date and/or at an alternative venue. Furthermore, the Organiser will not be responsible and will be held harmless should any conflicts or misinterpretations arise with the host country, its sponsors, agents or other bodies regarding any and all aspects of the conference/exhibition which may affect the Delegate.
  17. The Delegate acknowledges that the Organiser shall sustain damages and losses as a result of the foregoing as well, and hereby waive all claims for damages or compensation, whether consequential or direct and however arising. The sums paid to the Organiser as fees or otherwise in connection with the conference/exhibition shall remain the property of the Organiser and shall not be refundable.
  18. The Organiser shall not be responsible to assist the Delegate (or its officers or representatives, if a body corporate) in obtaining passport and visa for entrance into the country where the conference/exhibition is to be held. The Delegate however, may at the discretion of the Organiser, substitute any other Delegate or company who meets the entry and government formalities necessary for entry into the country where the conference/exhibition is to be held. Such substitution shall be the sole responsibility of the contracting Delegate.
  19. Substitutions shall only be allowed in the same category and a R200-00 administration fee may be levied by the Organiser per substitution. No substitutions shall be allowed less than 14 days before the conference.
  20. The Delegate expressly acknowledges that no representations – whether oral or in writing - expressed or implied - have been made concerning the amount of business (if any) to be gained from the conference or exhibition, its success or that the Organiser has made any guarantees or assurances concerning the conference/exhibition.
  21. The Delegate further acknowledges that this document constitutes the entire agreement and the binding rules and regulations existing between the parties and that it has not been modified neither verbally nor in writing. No one is authorised to make any oral changes in this agreement.
  22. This agreement shall be governed by and construed according to the laws of South Africa. Any dispute between the parties under this Agreement hereby will be subject to the jurisdiction of the courts.
  23. The Organiser reserve the right to change the layout of the conference at any time and in its sole and unfettered discretion.