At least 100 delegates are expected to attend the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe (ICAZ) one-day tax conference in Harare next week.
The seminar, set for June 28, will focus on taxpayers’ rights to tax privacy, customs valuation of goods and international commercial terms.
Value-added tax (VAT) practical challenges including fiscalisation, voluntary compliance the tax practitioners’ perspective and investing in revenue compliance for sustainable growth would also come under discussion.
In a statement, the ICAZ tax manager Dumisani Ngwenya said: “This conference will help individuals and organisations to be aware of their right to tax privacy. In addition, some individuals are still facing challenges with the administration of VAT and this is the precise platform for them to acquire apt insights.”
The conference would explore voluntary compliance and the valuation of goods for customs duty.
Zimra regional manager Charles Jaure, senior partner at Dube, Manikai and Hwacha Legal Practitioners, Canaan Dube, tax partner at Ernst & Young Maxwell Mangoro, managing director at Tax Management Services, Tendai Mavima, and the president of Federation of Clearing and Forwarding Associations of Southern African Joseph Musariri will present papers at the conference.
ICAZ is a full member of International Federation of Accountants and Eastern Central and Southern African Federation of Accountants.
ICAZ also seeks to be the pre-eminent professional body in the development and promotion of accountancy, assurance and advisory services, business and good governance practices through its vision.