The South African National Treasury received a grant from the African Development Bank to develop a national policy on One Stop Border Posts (OSBPs) for South Africa. This project is part of the government’s regional integration efforts and seeks to ensure a coherent, harmonised and consistent South African approach to road and rail border management. The policy should be designed to assist and guide the development and standardisation of OSBPs between South Africa and it’s neighbouring countries. Included amongst the activities are: mapping out the current problems around land border management and assessing whether OSBPs can assist in addressing these challenges; reviewing current border operational requirements and establishing a foundation for South Africa’s engagement with the continent on OSBP development in relation to corridors, consulting with stakeholders in and outside of government on elements of an appropriate OSBP policy, amongst others.