Non-provisional taxpayers have until Friday 24 November to submit their tax returns.
Time is running out for non-provisional taxpayers, described as individuals with primary income from a single salary.
The SA Revenue Service (Sars) has encouraged taxpayers to submit their returns on time to avoid penalties.
Non-provisional taxpayers can file via e-filing or at do so electronically at a Sars branch, explains group executive Mark Kingon.
4.4 million individuals have already submitted their returns this year, he advises.
Provisional taxpayers, described as individuals who earn multiple forms of income such as investment or rental income, have until the end of January 2018.
Take a listen to him explain the tax claim procedure:
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Cut-off date to file tax returns looms, warns Sars