The Ports Regulator of South Africa has embarked on a process to review the Multi-Year Port Tariff Methodology. The details of the Methodology and proposed Guidelines are set out within the document below.
Interested parties’/port users are hereby invited to submit comments to the Ports Regulator of South Africa. Comments should reach the Ports Regulator by close of business on Monday 3 February 2020.
An invitation is hereby extended to port users and interested parties to attend a public engagement on the proposed Methodology. The engagement is scheduled to be held on 5 February 2020 at a venue to be confirmed in the Durban area.
The Agenda will provide an opportunity to the National Ports Authority, as well as other port users/interested parties to make oral representations to both the Regulator and the public. All presentations must concern the proposed Methodology. An opportunity will also be provided for attendees to engage in a Q&A on the current draft methodology.
Interested parties who wish to register for attendance or to register for the opportunity to present must submit their request to Email: no later than 1 February 2020. All registered presenters will be provided with a 15 minute slot.
Documents and forms
- [PDF, 67 KB] Addendum to the Proposed Tariff Methodology for Tariff Years 2021/22 –2023/24
- [PDF, 395 KB] Draft Port Tariff Methodology For Tariff Years 2021/22 – 2023/24 for comment
- [PDF, 290 KB] Discussion document
- Reference documents - Tariff Methodology
The multi-year methodology applicable to the 2017/18 -2020/21 tariff years is coming to an end. A process of reviewing the methodology is required in accordance with the following steps:
|1.||9 September 2019||A call for public comments on the Tariff Methodology|
|2.||4 November 2019||Comments close|
|3.||29 November 2019||Draft Methodology published for comment|
|4.||1 February 2020||Registration for attendance and presentations close|
|5.||3 February 2020||Submission of comments close|
|6.||5 February 2020||Public engagement (venue to be confirmed in the Durban area)|
|7.||31 March 2020||Final approved Tariff Methodology published|
Written comments should be addressed to:
Ports Regulator of South Africa
11th Floor, The Marine Building
22 Dorothy Nyembe Street
All queries may be directed to:
Ms. Jowie Mulaudzi
Tel. +27 (0)31 365 7800