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Legalising a business with compliance

A legal and financial combination of your trademark allows you to enforce your rights on every business transaction, either on an invoice or delivery note.
By Tanaka Chikwenhere Mar. 24, 2023

Managing informality in the Zim economy

The last three years have seen a massive surge in retailing with the dominance of the informal trade in urban, peri-urban and rural areas of the country.
By Victor Bhoroma Mar. 17, 2023

Graft stifling service delivery: Survey

The report said corruption also contributed to the current health sector decay as patients were being forced to pay for services in cash.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Mar. 13, 2023

Tax justice in Zim’s informal economy

GLOBALLY the subject of tax justice has generated massive debate amoung academics, policymakers, politicians, human rights defenders and development partners.
By Samuel Wadzai Mar. 1, 2023

Two boys drown in disused pond

Bystanders, however, said police attended the tragic scene and remains had been taken while the survivor was taken to hospital.
By Rex Mphisa Feb. 21, 2023

Wildale, Zimra at loggerheads over VAT

Willdale experienced sales volumes that were 2% below target for the first three months on the back of low product uptake caused by liquidity shortages.
By Rugare Mubika Feb. 19, 2023

Inside Zimra’s revenues

We note similarities with South Africa whose personal income tax, VAT, and corporate income tax account for 37%, 27% and 17%, respectively.
By Tafara Mtutu Feb. 3, 2023

‘Revisit corporate tax levels’

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, government reduced the value-added tax (VAT) rate to 14,5%, from 15%, while the corporate tax rate was lowered to 24%, from 25%, to allow for economic recovery.
By Rugare Mubika Jan. 27, 2023

Cost of living skyrockets…as retailers violate consumer rights

The rise in living expenses, which will drive more people into extreme poverty, comes as the majority of workers — particularly in the private sector — earn low earnings.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 9, 2023