E-INVOICING REGISTRATION GRANT (ERG)
The E-Invoicing registration grant is a new scheme from IMDA in partnership with ESG to help businesses to digitalize. As businesses look for digital solutions to enable their staff to work remotely this grant will directly assist the business to enable e-invoicing features on their existing or new solutions, allowing their finance staff to work remotely and create a network effect so all participating businesses can benefit from improved efficiency and reduced cost and be paid in a timely manner.
This grant provides businesses with a one-time payment of $200 per UEN, upon first registration to the E-Invoicing Network on or before 31 December 2020. This grant is applicable for businesses which valid, active and registered in Singapore on or before 25 March 2020. Payment will be disbursed by PayNow Corporate to the registered UEN (without suffix).
No application is required for the grant. Participants who qualify will receive the payout automatically provided they have complied with the above.
For assistance with Corporate PayNow registration please approach the participating banks of PayNow Corporate found at https://abs.org.sg/consumer-banking/pay-now
Frequently asked questions
Passports and visas
In order to enter Tanzania, most nationalities will need a passport and visa.
The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP) recommends the following vaccinations: Malaria, Yellow Fever, Typhoid, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Rabies. Yellow Fever vaccination is required by the Tanzanian Government when entering the country from an infected area and you may be asked to show your vaccination record. Consult with your doctor about any additional vaccinations or medications concerning your personal circumstances.
Medical / travel insurance
What to wear on safari
There is no dress code for safari, however it is advised that you wear inconspicuous clothes in brown, green beige, khaki, or other neutral colors so as to not draw attention to yourself or frighten the animals away.
Tanzanian plastic bag restrictions
As of June 1st 2019, travelers to Tanzania will no longer be allowed to bring plastic carrier bags into the country.
What are the meals like on Safari?
Your hotels the night before and after your safari are based on a bed and breakfast basis and therefore do not include lunch and dinner.
How do I get to Tanzania?
The easiest way to reach Moshi is to fly into Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO).
Transportation from/to Kilimanjaro International Airport
All of our itineraries include airport transfers from/to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) to your hotel in Arusha. Upon exiting the customs area at JRO a Local Moshi Adventures representative will be waiting in the arrivals area holding a sign with your name.
What kind of luggage should I bring?
Safari Luggage Restrictions
Lost or delayed luggage
If your luggage is delayed or lost, we will do everything we can to keep your safari schedule on track.
Can I use my drone on safari?
Without a license and special permit, drones are illigal to use in Tanzania.
How do I tip on Safari?
Tipping for your guides for good service after your safari is customary.