Welcome to the Ports Regulator of South Africa

The Ports Regulator was established in terms of the National Ports Act, act number 12 of 2005. The Regulator is a key component of the ports regulatory architecture envisaged in the National Commercial Ports Policy. The Regulator’s key function is economic regulation of the ports system in South Africa, in line with the strategic development context of the state.

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19 December, 2017 | Vacancies

Specialist: Tribunal and Compliance Vacancy

This position reports to the Manager Legal: Tribunal, Regulatory and Compliance of the Ports Regulator of South Africa. The successful candidate will deliver a compliance, regulatory review and regulatory audit/monitoring service under the leadership of the Executive Legal... Read More

19 December, 2017 | Vacancies

Internship Programme: Legal Compliance and Research

The Internship Programme is ideal for candidates who possess strong analytical and critical thinking skills. The successful Graduate will gain exposure to specialist functions within the organisation including, Compliance and Regulatory functions, and the operation and conduct of appeals and complaints before a Tribunal... Read More

7 December, 2017 | Tariff Methodology

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... Read More

1 December, 2017 | Tariff Applications

Record of Decision Statement on the Tariff Application for the Tariff Year 2018 - 2019

On 1 August 2017, the National Ports Authority (NPA) applied to the Ports Regulator of South Africa for approval of the tariffs for services and facilities offered by the NPA of an average of 8.45% increase for the period 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019 together with indicative tariffs for the periods 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 and 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021... Read More

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