The dismissal of the board by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube, comes after the tax collector reportedly failed to collect over U.S.$4,2 billion from defaulting companies in the private sector, crippling government efforts to fund public sector programmes.
Finance Minister Fires Entire Revenue Authority Board
The Herald, 2 October 2018
GOVERNMENT has fired the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) board with immediate effect, and a new board is expected soon, Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor… Read more »
Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube
Finance Minister Fires Entire ZIMRA Board
New Zimbabwe, 2 October 2018
Finance minister Prof Mthuli Ncube has fired all members of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) board with immediate effect. Read more »
Revenue Authority Board Pockets U.S.$300,000
The Herald, 17 July 2018
Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) board members made rich pickings from fees and allowances last year after pocketing a combined $292 582 last year, representing a 9 percent rise… Read more »
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