Zinwa employee caught with live pangolin

The four took the pangolin and drove to a bushy area in Matutu’s car, where the incognito detectives had asked to meet them, posing as buyers.
By Staff Reporter 15h ago

Auxillia cashes in on national dress

The investigations showed that the national fabric, now almost compulsory for civil servants and Zanu PF supporters, is also being sold at the First Lady’s offices.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jun. 19, 2024

Competition for internet, data providers tightens

In its first quarter report for the year, Potraz said they expected the increase in licence applicants to drive investment, competition, and innovation in Zimbabwe’s telecommunication industry.
By Belinda Chiroodza Jun. 16, 2024

22 poachers shot dead

Farawo said they also recovered 94 rifles and 669 rounds of ammunition from the poachers.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 16, 2024

Interview: Zimra sets US$6,7bn revenue target

Zimra has been implementing several measures to encourage businesses to be tax-compliant. In your assessment, are there any improvements?
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jun. 14, 2024

SMEs contributing only 2% in taxes: Zimra

In some cases, defaulters can be fined up to 200% by the tax collection agency, a situation described by experts as pushing them into the informal market.
By Vincent Mungofa Jun. 14, 2024

New tax to hit commercial properties

As part of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra)’s plan to improve revenue inflows into state coffers, residential properties worth US$250 000 attract a one percent tax.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jun. 14, 2024

US$150m assets seized in crackdown

In 2020, Zimbabwe’s Unexplained Wealth Orders were enacted into law through an insertion of a new provision into the Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime Act of 2013.
By Tinashe Kairiza Jun. 14, 2024

Zimra deploys drones to combat smuggling

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority has partnered the United Nations Development Programme to train journalists on taxation processes.
By Rex Mphisa Jun. 14, 2024