Cape Town - The South African Revenue Service (Sars) on Friday, said there have been no disruptions to customs operations at the country's ports of entry as a wage strike by its workers entered its second day.
"All customs border posts are operational with the contingencies that have been put in place," Sars said in a statement.
"Customs has received great support from law enforcement agencies across all border posts, especially from the South African Police Service (SAPS), and this resulted in minimal impact on them."
Sars said media reports of pile-ups at border posts were as a result of vehicle traffic and not the strike.
At least one Sars official has been arrested at the Lebombo border post for trying to disrupt revenue service operations, the statement said.