|The mission of The Registrar of Companies is to ensure legal formation and operations of Companies in Eswatini. Formation and collation of company memorandums and articles of association shall be done in compliance with The Companies Act No 8 of 2009.
|All companies require a trading license, except for professional companies that
have a different licensing system.
|Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) Registration
|The VAT Act requires that any business which supplies goods or services which are not exempt from VAT in Swaziland should apply for VAT registration. VAT registration is compulsory for businesses whose annual taxable turnover exceeds E500 000.
|Liquor licences are issued twice a year in May/June and also in November/December of each year.
|Customs Clearance Certification for Motor Vehicles
|Customs Clearance Certification for Motor Vehicles imported by rail and road.
|Registration of Motor Vehicles
|Registration of new, second hand and imported Motor Vehicles
|This procedure shows guidelines for applying for a Prospecting Licence. A person who seeks to acquire a Prospecting Licence must submit a letter of intent to the Commissioner of Mines stating the desire to acquire a mineral right.
|Guidelines for applying for a Reconnaissance License in Swaziland
|An application is lodged to the Commissioner of Mines stating the type of right sought; reconnaissance, prospecting or mining.
|Equipment Type Approval/Acceptance Procedure
|A process by which communication equipment or a device or system is authorised by the Commission to be used in Eswatini or imported into Eswatini and involves verification of the equipment, device or system’s compliance with the applicable standards and