Port Tariff Methodology For Tariff Years 2018/19 – 2020/21

The most recent Tariff Methodology (applicable from 2015/16 – 2017/18) has allowed a significant smoothing of the National Ports Authority’s return. At the same time, it has allowed the Ports Regulator to establish a lower tariff trajectory whilst still ensuring that the NPA remains profitable.This Tariff Methodology, applicable to the 2018/19 – 2020/21 tariff years, seeks to continue and strengthen the transparency and effectiveness of the regulatory tariff setting process whilst expanding its scope and providing greater focus...

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31 March, 2017 | Economic Regulation

Global Pricing Comparator Study 2016/17

This is the fifth update of the GPCS reviews tariffs for 2016 (the first reports were published in 2013 reflecting 2012 tariffs), and it continues to confirm the overall results of previous iterations of this study. Furthermore, the impact of regulatory intervention in the port sector is becoming increasingly clear as the overall structure of the South African port pricing system has, on a relative level, changed since the inception of regulation... Download the Global Pricing Comparator Study 2016/17

30 March, 2017 | Economic Regulation

Invitation to Comment: Port Tariff Incentive Programme (PTIP)

The Ports Regulator of South Africa, in consultation with the National Ports Authority, the Department of Trade and Industry, the Department of Transport, and various other government departments, have developed a Port Tariff Incentive Programme (PTIP) in support of beneficiation, industrialisation, and localisation through port tariff regulation. Submissions due by 30 April 2017... Read More

3 March, 2017 | Economic Regulation

Draft Port Tariff Methodology for Public Comment

The purpose of this document is to serve as a draft Tariff Methodology for implementation post the 2017/18 tariff year. Port users, stakeholders and other interested parties are requested to comment on the various elements of the Methodology. Submissions due by 20 March 2017... Download the Draft Port Tariff Methodology

3 March, 2017 | Economic Regulation

Latest updates on the Review of the Port Tariff Methodology

The Ports Regulator is currently in the process of conducting a review of the current Multi-Year Tariff Methodology (2015/16 – 2017/18) in order to finalise an agreed methodology that will apply from the 2018/19 tariff year going forward. Interested parties are invited to submit proposals by 20 March 2017... Read more

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