Delta, Zimra clash over US$ tax payments

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) billed Delta in United States dollars citing their revenues and sales in forex.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 19, 2024

Zimra’s unaccounted deposits cause tax woes

Acting auditor general Rhea Kujinga said the unaccounted funds have led to unintended consequences for clients.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jul. 14, 2024

Civil servants lose bid to recover impounded vehicles

Shepherd Gutsa and 34 others had dragged Zimra before High Court judge Justice Maxwell Takuva, who heard the case in his chambers.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 25, 2024

Dangers of an informal economy

The government can also opt to provide a universal (blanket) pension payment to all senior citizens (over 65 years) who are poor.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 21, 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

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

EditorialComment: Govt should not make fools of civil servants

The current tax system in Zimbabwe requires that citizens pay 100% duty for importing a private vehicle and that vehicle must be relatively new, not older than 10 years.
By The Standard May. 26, 2024

Poor remuneration for tax collectors fuels corruption, tax revenue loss

The claims, if they are true, are a major threat to tax revenue and this calls for the nation to spare a thought for these vital cogs in the country’s economic development agenda.
By Canisio Mudzimu May. 26, 2024

Zimra workers declare incapacitation

The workers said they were no longer capable of consistently reporting for duty.
By Priviledge Gumbodete May. 21, 2024