The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) exceeded its 2017 gross annual performance by 17% while net collections - after deducting refunds – were surpassed by 10%. The actual gross revenue collections were US$3.978 billion for the year while net collections were US$3.75 billion, which surpassed the target of US$3.4 billion by US$350 million.

ZIMRA Charity Ball 2017: Purposeful giving for a brighter future

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With the generous intention of giving back and transforming lives in communities, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) hosted its memorable Charity Ball on 11 December 2017, which was supported by various organisations. This year’s edition of the Ball was held under the theme, “Purposeful giving for a brighter future”.

Speaking during the glamorous event, ZIMRA Board member, Mrs Katiyo, encouraged delegates to continue with the spirit of giving starting with the smallest act of kindness, as it leads to transforming livelihoods.

ZIMRA hosts ZNDU on a study tour

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On 11 December 2017 ZIMRA hosted officials from the Zimbabwe National Defence University who were on a study tour of the Authority’s facilities and systems.




The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) wishes to advise its valued clients that challenges are currently being experienced in connection with the electronic submission of returns on the e-services platform. The Authority’s administrators and service provider are working to resolve the challenge at the earliest possible time


ZIMRA sccops excellence in corporate governance award

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Mr T.B. Ndoro, ZIMRA Chief Corporate Communications Officer (centre),

receiving the award on behalf of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) was awarded the second runner up prize under State Enterprises and Parastatals Category at the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in Zimbabwe (ICSAZ) Excellence in Corporate Governance Awards (ECGA) on 29 November 2017 at The Rainbow Towers Hotel in Harare.

ZIMRA engages churches on export procedures, rebates

pastor g.jpg - 78.09 Kb The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority held a stakeholder breakfast meeting with several church ministers on Monday 20 November 2017 in Harare.  The meeting was aimed at empowering church ministers with valuable information on import, export procedures and rebates applicable to churches, religious and charitable organisations.

Speaking at the event, ZIMRA Acting Regional Manager for Customs and Excise Region 1, Mrs Juliet Matare, acknowledged the role played by churches and charitable organisations in improving the livelihoods of the nation.

Compliant taxpayers honoured

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The Secretary for the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Mr Willard Manungo hailed the ZIMRA annual Taxpayer Appreciation Awards saying they provide  Government with a platform to thank compliant taxpayers for their contribution in sustaining the nation.

ZIMRA Surpasses Third Quarter Revenue Target

bonyongwe.jpg - 235.60 KbThe Zimbabwe Revenue Authority has surpassed the 2017 Third Quarter Revenue Performance. Gross collections for the quarter were US$1.03 billion translating to 19.25% above the target of US$863.56 million. Net collections, after deducting US$62.05 million in refunds amounted US$967.76 million was still 12.07% above target.

The positive performance has been attributed to higher collections in Value Added Tax (VAT) on local sales and imports, Individual Tax, Excise Duty and Company Tax.

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