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Send a Parcel to South Africa

Country Price
1 kg Parcel to South Africa from £27.14* Quote & Book
5 kg Parcel to South Africa from £39.01* Quote & Book
15 kg Parcel to South Africa from £71.21* Quote & Book
20 kg Parcel to South Africa from £87.31* Quote & Book
*VAT and surcharges may apply.

Send to South Africa easily and inexpensively with Transglobal Express.

South Africa is the second largest and most advanced economy on the African continent, behind only the rapidly growing Nigeria.

Though South Africa has been affected by the recent global recession, its economy is gradually getting back on track, thanks to good infrastructure and a developed financial sector.

Parcel delivery from the UK to South Africa

If you’re sending a gift to relatives, a letter to loved ones, or goods to a customer, get cheaper rates with Transglobal Express—save up to 70% on the costs of services from major international carriers such as UPS, TNT and DHL.

Click the link below for a free, no-obligation quote.

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Exporting to South Africa

South African consumers are keen on British goods, giving British businesses plenty of opportunities. South Africa remains one of Britain’s top trading partners, with over £9.6 billion in bilateral trade as of 2014.

In part this is due to similar cultures and strong historical connections. For those looking to do business in the rest of Africa, South Africa may be a suitable gateway to the rest of the continent.

Our carriers deliver throughout South Africa, from Johannesburg to Durban to Cape Town. Prices start at £29.18 for a 1kg parcel, £43.34 for 5kg, £61.52 for 10kg, and £96.67 for 20kg.

We also offer air freight services, which are especially good for heavier or bulk consignments. Deliver to O.R. Tambo International Airport near Johannesburg (JNB) for as little as £1.89 per kg, for a consignment weighing 100kg or more.

Sending documents to South Africa

Sending documents to South Africa can cost as little as £13.95 if you use our UPS Envelope service, which is a saving of well over 50% when compared to parcel delivery services.

Export from the UK to South Africa

To use the UPS envelope service, your documents must weigh no more than 0.5kg and fit into a UPS branded envelope—we’ll let you know of the dimensions when you try to book.

The service is suitable for important business documents or private correspondence alike. Select “document” from the menu when requesting your quote.

Customs information for South Africa

Your goods will need to go through customs clearance for South Africa, which is outside of the European Union. We make this easy for you by automatically generating your customs invoice alongside your shipping labels. The customs invoice, also known as a packing list, will include descriptions of any goods that you supply during the booking process.

For more information, take a look at carriers’ lists of restrictions for South Africa, or visit the South African Revenue Service (SARS) Customs & Excise website. You should also consult our own list of restricted and prohibited items.

Transit times to South Africa

Transit times for parcels sent to South Africa are usually around 2 days with express services. Economy services can take up to 4-6 days. For parcels collected from or delivered to remote areas, there may be additional transit time.

For a more accurate estimate, please use our carrier-specific transit time calculators and enter your collection and destination postcodes.

Sending from South Africa to the UK?

We also offer import services for sending parcels to the UK from other territories worldwide. We have a growing number of options including UPS, TNT and our own TG Express.

Import to the UK from South Africa

We generate the necessary documentation for all orders, which can be forwarded to the collection point if needed.

For more information, or for help with any queries, please get in touch with our Customer Services team.

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