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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.

 
Legislative Amendments To Improve The Management Of Transit Cargo

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NOTICE

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) wishes to advise its valued clients that in terms of Statutory Instrument (SI) 113 of 2017, Section 60 of the Customs and Excise (General) Regulations [published as SI 154 of 2001], has been amended to provide for the following;

 

 
Third Instalment Under QPDs Due on 25th September 2017

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) hereby reminds clients whose taxable income includes amounts which are not subject to Pay As You Earn (PAYE), of the following due dates for the payment of Provisional Tax for the tax year ending 31st December 2017. This includes all clients in receipt of, or to whom income accrued from trade or investment.

 
ZIMRA Region 3 hosts breakfast meeting

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In its continued quest to engage its valued clients, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority’s (ZIMRA) Region 3 held a breakfast meeting on 7 September 2017 in the mining town of Kwekwe as part of the Authority’s stakeholder engagement and information dissemination programmes.

 
ZIMRA Safety and Health Gala rocks Bulawayo

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The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) sporting extravaganza held from 1 to 3 September 2017 set Bulawayo ablaze as hundreds of ZIMRA employees gathered to participate in various sporting activities in an atmosphere of pomp and fun.

 
Thank you for your tax compliance

The Acting Commissioner General, Management and Staff of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) sincerely thank the Board for its guidance and  oversight role in pursuance of the ZIMRA mandate, and all valued clients for paying Taxes, Customs Duties and Excise Duties to promote Zimbabwe’s socio-economic development programmes.

ZIMRA is pleased to advise the Nation that the revenue target for the month of August 2017 - which stood at US$267.66 million - has been SURPASSED, courtesy of your tax compliance and support.

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 were 15.05 percent (15.05%) above target and increased by 20.59 percent (20.59%) from the US$256.01 million that was collected during the same period last year.

Once again, thank you Zimbabwe for demonstrating patriotism through voluntarily paying Taxes, Customs Duties and Excise Duties.

ZIMRA is also pleased that measures to enhance operational efficiency and effectiveness, to boost revenue collections, and to safeguard revenue are bearing fruits.

Siyabonga! Tinotenda! Thank You!

Paying taxes and duties on time and in full is a sign of patriotism.

 
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.

 
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