The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) wishes to set the record straight in connection with misleading and incorrect reports in the print and electronic media purporting that rehabilitation work at Morton Jaffrey Water Works has been stalled by ZIMRA.

The reports, which were published in The Herald, Daily News and Newsday on 15 July 2014 and also broadcast by the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation’s (ZBC) radio and television stations claiming that the water project has been stalled by the impounding of water equipment by ZIMRA, are totally incorrect.

The correct position is that no such equipment is being held by ZIMRA either at Forbes Border Post or at any other ZIMRA station. No clearance documentation has been submitted to ZIMRA by the importer or the importer’s clearing agent.

As such, ZIMRA cannot be said to be stalling the water project when the importation of the said equipment has not yet been brought to its attention for processing in accordance with the laws of the country.

Commissioner General

Clearing Agents urged to reduce clearing time

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority’s (ZIMRA) on 27 June 2014 held a highly interactive stakeholder consultative meeting with clearing agents whose main focus was to deal with issues of turnaround time in the clearing of goods at stations within Region One. The meeting which was attended by representatives from clearing agents’ associations centered on the results of the Dwell Time survey which was carried out at the beginning of June 2014.

K9 dispatch to Nyamapanda pays off

Alert ZIMRA officials busted a truck driver who allegedly wanted to smuggle 76 kilogrammes of marijuana destined for the South African market via Nyamapanda Border Post on 23 June 2014. The South African registered truck carrying shutter ply from Malawi, was intercepted by alert ZIMRA officials with the assistance of Ruffy – a four legged officer – who was deployed at the border post courteous of the Authority’s Canine Unit.

ZIMRA donates to TOSE Children’s Home

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) brought smiles of joy to TOSE Respite Home for the disabled when they donated an assortment of groceries and other accessories worth slightly over US$2000. Among the items that were donated was a Capri deep freezer, two washing machines, a heavy duty iron, tumble drier, five boxes of 12x2 litre cooking oil, tissues, hydrotherapy pool chemicals, fifty sets of bed sheets, among other necessities.


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