Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)
ZIMRA set to surpass 2017 annual target

logozimra.jpg - 17.22 KbHARARE, 5 SEPTEMBER 2017: The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) is confident of surpassing the 2017 annual target as the robust revenue enhancement measures being implemented are bearing fruit, with net collections for the month of August 2017 exceeding the target by 15 percent.

Gross collections amounted to US$338.29 million while refunds for the month were at US$30.35 million, resulting in net collections of US$307.95 million against a target of US$267.66 million. Net collections for the month increased by a phenomenal     20.59 percent from the US$256.01 million that was collected during the same period last year.

ZIMRA scoops National Leadership Excellence Award

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The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority was crowned the First Runner Up to the Zimbabwe Institute of Management National Leadership Excellence Award, under the National Contribution Category for the year 2016.

The award was conferred on 1September 2017 at the Institute’s Awards Dinner in recognition of contribution and dedication to developing and promoting best practices in management and leadership.

Requirement for all VAT Registered operators to acquire and install fiscal devices

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The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) would like to advise that all operators who are registered for Value Added Tax (VAT) purposes were required to have acquired and installed fiscal devices in terms of Value Added Tax (Fiscalised Recording of Taxable Transactions) Regulations, 2010, published in Statutory Instrument 104 of 2010 and as read with subsequent amendments.

ZIMRA participates in Harare CBD clean-up campaign

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The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) joined other public and private organisations on 3rd August 2017, in a clean-up campaign which was aimed at inciting the public about waste management.

ZIMRA surpasses July revenue target

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The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has exceeded the US$269.41 million target for July after gross collections amounted to US$302.86 million, while net collections - after deducting US$16.37 million refunds – were US$286.49 million. Net revenue collections were, therefore, 6.34 percent above target and outweighed the July 2016 collections by a whopping 16.36 percent.

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