About the National Consumer Tribunal

The National Consumer Tribunal is an adjudicative body established in terms of section 26 of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005. It has jurisdiction throughout South Africa. Read more...

What we do

The role of the Tribunal is to adjudicate on: Applications made in terms of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 by consumers, credit providers, credit bureaux, debt counsellors and the National Credit Regulator including applications for interim relief and a review of the National Credit Regulator's decisions, matters referred to by the National Credit Regulator or complaints related to allegations of prohibited conduct, and consent orders. Read more...

Service Charter

The Service Charter is an expression of the National Consumer Tribunal's commitment to improving its service and communication with its stakeholders...
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News

Circular - Urgent Notice to Stakeholders 30 Novemeber 2016

Kindly find attached an urgent notice in respect of a letter that has been circulated which was dated 24 September 2016. Read more

Matters set down for hearing from 10 to 30 November 2016

Matters set down for hearing from 10 to 30 November 2016 Read more

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FAQ

FAQ Please click here to view some frequently asked questions on The National Consumer Tribunal and its role.

 
Hearings

Hearings Please click here to view information on NCT hearings.

 
Application & Referral Guidelines

Application & Referral Guidelines Please click here for a guide in 11 SA languages to applications and referrals ito the NCA. You will also find a schedule of direct applications to the Tribunal ito the CPA.

 
Notice of complete filings

Notice of complete filings Please click here to view information on complete filings

 
Annual Report

Annual Report Please click here to view our 2011 annual report.