Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)
ZIMRA Celebrates International Customs Day

international customs day.jpg - 78.65 KbThe Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) joined the world in commemorating International Customs Day on 26 January 2017 under the theme, “Data Analysis for Effective Border Management”. The Day is celebrated worldwide under the auspices of the World Customs Organisation (WCO).,

The Guest of Honour, Minister of Industry and Commerce, Honourable Dr Mike Bimha, said that the International Customs Day theme is a clarion call to ZIMRA to harness technology for ease of paying taxes and customs duties, and ultimately, the ease of doing business in Zimbabwe.

 
ZIMRA thrives to increase collections

board chairman2.jpg - 411.32 KbThe ZIMRA Board Chairperson, Mrs Willia Bonyongwe, has applauded the Authority for stepping up its efforts to collect revenue for the fiscus despite the prevailing economic challenges in 2016.

“Annual gross collections amounted to US$3.462 billion, which was 96% of the targeted US$3.607 billion. The 2016 target was, therefore, missed by 4%. Despite the MOFED revising the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth figure by almost half, the ZIMRA target remained the same and the performance is testimony that the Revenue Authority is going in the right direction,” said Mrs Bonyongwe while presenting the revenue performance report for 2016.

 
Zimbabwe to commemorate International Customs Day

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Zimbabwe will join the rest of the world in commemorating International Customs Day on 26 January under the theme, “Data analysis for effective border management”. The theme reflects the importance of digitalisation and automation in facilitating smooth trade and travel across international frontiers.

 
ZIMRA Observes International Anti- Corruption Day 2016

anti-corruption2.jpg - 3.16 MbThe Zimbabwe Revenue Authority joined the rest of the world in observing the International Anti-Corruption Day on 9 December 2016, under the theme, “Corruption: An impediment to the Sustainable Development Goals".

 
Finance Minister Presents 2017 National Budget

chinamasa.jpg - 40.50 KbThe economy is projected to grow by 1.7 per cent in 2017 from the 0.6 per cent estimated in 2016. Inflation, on the other hand, is projected at 1.1 per cent, from a negative 1.5 per cent in 2016, while total revenues for 2017 are estimated at US$3.7 billion.

 
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