Woman challenges tax on goods used by the disabled

Barbara Ruwondo has approached the courts saying her fundamental rights have been infringed by the introduction of 15% tax on the goods that they use to live a normal life.
By Desmond Chingarande Apr. 9, 2024

Internet providers bemoan high taxation

Ncube said the operators feel that there are too many taxes being applied, adding for every dollar earned, US$0,35 went towards taxes.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 7, 2024

Bogus Zimra officer in court

Thomas Mangeren (40) appeared before Harare magistrate Apollonia Marutya facing fraud charges.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Apr. 7, 2024

Local firms slam Zimra’s new tax system

Company executives told Standardbusiness that the new system was complicated and slowed down business.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Mar. 31, 2024

Govt bans importation of 10-year-old used vehicles

In 2020, Finance and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube imposed a ban on second-hand private use vehicles above 10 years from the date of manufacture.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Mar. 29, 2024

Extra-territorial probe delays trial proceedings in US$150 000 botched cyanide deal

The complainant, Francesco Marconati, is the majority shareholder of Strengthened Investments Private Limited, holding 51% shares.
By Staff Reporter Mar. 25, 2024

Beverage makers, Zimra lock horns over sugar tax

The government imposed a fee of US$0,002 per gramme of sugar found in beverages at the start of the year. However, in response to industry criticism, the tax was lowered to US$0,001.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 22, 2024

Wheels are coming off

Manufacturers' major gripe with retailers is that they pay in local currency and after a grace period like a month in an environment in which the Zimbabwe dollar is fast depreciating.
By Newsday Mar. 16, 2024

Zimra officer in US$3K bribe

 According to court papers, on March 9, Chabata allegedly identified a fuel tanker (registration number KYT125 MP) with two trailers parked at Zindoga Truck Inn in Waterfalls.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Mar. 13, 2024