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The Swift code is the code required to enable international payments.
If you have a letter from your bank confirming your account details the Swift code should appear there too.
It all depends on who you bank with. eg: I know FNB has this information available to their clients when logged in on internet banking.
Alternatively you will need to contact your banker/visit a branch to obtain this.