South African Targeted Financial Sanctions

The South African FIC sanctions list, largely based on UN Security Council sanctions.

South African sanctions are largely based on the UN Security Council sanctions list, with some additions.

Sanctions impose restrictions on activities that relate to particular countries, goods and services, or persons and entities. Targeted Financial Sanctions (TFS) measures generally restrict sanctioned persons and entities from having access to funds and property under their control and from receiving financial services in relation to such funds and property. In order for these sanctions to be given effect, the FIC Act requires Accountable Institutions to freeze property and transactions pursuant to financial sanctions imposed in the United Nations Security Council Resolutions.

Data overview

Entity count:312 target entities · 374 searchable entities · 686 total
Entity types:
Legal entities6
31 countries · Show overview...
Publisher:Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) (South Africa)

The Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) exists to apply measures outlined in the Financial Intelligence Centre Act, 2001 (Act 38 of 2001), which are intended to make the financial system intolerant to abuse. The FIC does this by working towards fulfilling its mandate of assisting in identifying the proceeds of crime, combating money laundering, the financing of terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

Source data:transfer.fic.gov.za (XML)
Collections:in OpenSanctions Default · Consolidated Sanctions
Last changed:

Bulk download

Downloads contain the full set of entities contained in this dataset. You can fetch a simplified tabular form, or detailed, structured data in JSON format. Updated files will be provided once a day at the same location.

File nameExport typeSize
entities.ftm.jsonFollowTheMoney entities453 kB
names.txtTarget names text file6 kB
senzing.jsonSenzing entity format93 kB
source.xmlSource data318 kB
targets.nested.jsonTargets as nested JSON477 kB
targets.simple.csvTargets as simplified CSV63 kB

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Using the API

You can query the data in this dataset via the application programming interface (API) endpoints below. Please read the introduction for documentation and terms of service.

Use the Reconciliation API in OpenRefine:
For full-text search, use the /search endpoint:
For entity matching, use the /match endpoint:

Recent additions

The following targeted entities have been added to this data source most recently:

Ahmad al-HamziPersonYemen
Motlaq Amer AL-MARRANIPersonYemen
Mansur Al-Sa'adiPersonYemen
JANG, Sung NamPersonNorth Korea · China
Estêvão NA MENAPersonGuinea-Bissau
Salim KONYPersonCentral African Republic · Sudan
Jerome KAKWAVU BUKANDEPersonCongo - Kinshasa · Congo - Brazzaville
Han Yu-roPersonNorth Korea
Kim Tong My’ongPersonNorth Korea
Straton MUSONIPersonRwanda
Sa'd Sabawi Ibrahim Hasan Al-TikritiPersonYemen · Syria · Iraq
Ma'alim SelmanPersonKenya · Somalia
KO, Tae HunPersonNorth Korea
Joseph KONYPersonCentral African Republic · Congo - Kinshasa · Congo - Brazzaville · Uganda · Sudan
Mahamadou AG RHISSAPersonMali
Jean-Marie Rugerero RUNIGAPersonRwanda · Congo - Kinshasa · Congo - Brazzaville
Mohammad Barzan Ibrahim Hasan AL-TIKRITIPersonIraq · Switzerland
KU, Ja HyongPersonNorth Korea · Libya
Habib SOUSSOUPersonCentral African Republic
KIM, Jong SikPersonNorth Korea
Abdulhafid ZLITNIPersonLibya
FITWI, Abd al-RazzakPersonSudan · Libya · Eritrea
Daba NAUALNAPersonGuinea-Bissau
Mamadu TUREPersonGuinea-Bissau