South African Money Laundering and Terror Financing Law

South African Money Laundering and Terror Financing Law is a useful guide to the legislation around the prevention of organized crime and protection against terrorism. Key money laundering and terror financing offences are discussed along with the money laundering and terror financing control institutions in South Africa. Record-keeping and compliance management obligations are covered and all relevant legislation is included along with the Guidance Notes issued by the Financial Intelligence Centre.

The publication is in looseleaf format for easy updating as the legislation is amended.

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PART ONE: Commentary
  • Chapter 1: The combating of money laundering and financing of terrorism
  • Chapter 2: The development of the money laundering and terror financing laws in South Africa
  • Chapter 3: Key money laundering offences
  • Chapter 4: Key terror financing offences
  • Chapter 5: Key money laundering and terror financing control institutions in South Africa
  • Chapter 6: Money laundering compliance obligations: introduction and overview
  • Chapter 7: The duty to report transactions
  • Chapter 8: Customer due diligence
  • Chapter 9: Record-keeping and compliance management obligations
  • Chapter 10: Exemptions
PART TWO: Acts
  • Extracts of the Proceeds of Crime Act No. 76 of 1996
  • Prevention of Organised Crime Act No. 121 of 1998
  • Financial Intelligence Centre Act No. 38 of 2001
  • Protection of Constitutional Democracy Against Terrorist and Related Activities Act No. 33 of 2004
PART THREE: Regulations and Exemptions

PART FOUR: Guidance Notes issued by the Financial Intelligence Centre

PART FIVE: Ancillary Material