ZIMRA donates Greenhouse to Bumhudzo Old People’s Home

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As part of its corporate social responsibility, ZIMRA donated a greenhouse to Bumhudzo Old People’s Home which was meant to improve the home’s standards of living by allowing the “all year round’’ production of horticultural products for consumption and commercial purposes. The handover ceremony was done 9th November 2018.

ZIMRA appreciates taxpayers & partners

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By Chenayi Mack Maponga

PRESIDENT Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa appreciated compliant taxpayers and partners that contribute to the country’s fiscal prudence at the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) Appreciation Awards dinner on 31 October 2018. The commemorations were held under the theme; “My Taxes, My duties - Building my Zimbabwe.”

Speaking at awards dinner, the President said limited and erratic tax payments grossly constrain Treasury and increase Government’s inability to meet its budgetary requirements.

CG calls on stakeholders to master a culture of voluntary compliance

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By Takunda Chakadya

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority Commissioner General, Ms Faith Mazani called on stakeholders to inculcate a culture of voluntary compliance to strengthen their relationship with the Taxman.

ZIMRA prescribes voluntary compliance to pharmaceutical industry

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Clients in the pharmaceutical industry were treated with a networking cocktail by ZIMRA’s Region 2 on 27 September 2018 at the Bulawayo Holiday Inn Hotel. The cocktail was aimed at encouraging voluntary compliance and reminding the clients about their tax obligations.



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ZIMRA officials in a meeting with IMF delegation.

By Tanaka Chitongo

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority’s (ZIMRA) Commissioner General (CG) Ms Faith Mazani held a media briefing on 26 September 2018 at the conclusion of an International MonetaryFund (IMF) Tax Administration Diagnostic Assessment Tool (TADAT) exercise that lasted two weeks.


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ZIMRA Commissioner General, Ms Faith Mazani with Professor Patrick Lumumba

By Tanaka Chitongo

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) partnered the Economic Renaissance Summit held on the 20th of September 2018 at Rainbow Towers Hotel.

The event was attended by captains of industry and had three prominent presentations from Professor Patrick Lumumba, Professor Tony Hawkins and Dr Charles Mugaviri and ZIMRA sponsored the live screening of the summit by ZBC.

Byo clearing agents meet ZIMRA

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Mr Philbert Muchechetere

The Region 2 Customs Office held a highly successful breakfast meeting whose main aim was to iron out issues, which lead to the delay in the clearing of goods at the Border posts. Dubbed the “observations breakfast meeting”, presenters during the caucus were supervisors from Commercial Office, Declaration Processing Centre (DPC) and Container Depots. The supervisors’ task was to mention to clearing agents those things, which they should not do for efficient movement of goods at the border posts.

ZIMRA institutes revenue reforms

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The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority is in the process of instituting robust revenue reforms, which will see improved tax compliance by the business community. The Commissioner General – Ms Faith Mazani – said this during her presentation at the KPMG 2018 IFRS Tax and Business Seminar held in the capital on 13 September 2018.


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