The name, address and the VAT registration number of the electronic services provider.
Your company's name and address as the recipient of the supplies.
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An individual serialised number (an invoice number).
The date on which the supplier issued the tax invoice.
A description of the electronic services that the supplier supplies.
The consideration, in money, for the supply. This can be done in ZAR (Rands) or in any other country's currency.
If the consideration is in Rands, then the tax invoice must show the amount of the VAT charged, or it must have a statement that the amount includes VAT (and the rate at which it was charged).
If the consideration is in any other country's currency, then the tax invoice must show the amount charged in Rands. Or your supplier must give you a separate document which states the amount charged in Rands.
The exchange rate used.
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