Murldray Clearing Agents

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Murldray Enterprises (Pvt) Limited T/A Murldray Clearing Agents 29/01/2016

Murldray Enterprises (Pvt) Limited T/A Murldray Clearing Agents

Dear valued clients

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Murldray Enterprises (Pvt) Limited T/A Murldray Clearing Agents

05/01/2016

We are pleased to inform you that the ZIMRA Commissioner General, Mr G.T. Pasi was recognized as the third outstanding business person in Zimbabwe, out of the list of Zimbabwe's Top 20 Outstanding Men in Business for 2015.
The awards ceremony took place on Friday 18 December 2015 at the Rainbow Towers Hotel under the auspices of Megafest Business Awards.
Help us to congratulate our Commissioner General:
Congratulations! Makorokoto! Amhlope!!!!
Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)'s photo.
Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)'s photo.
Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)'s photo.

05/01/2016

Government has revised travellers’ rebate to $200 from $300, among a
cocktail of measures as it seeks to maximise revenue collection from
imports and address the continued abuse of the facility by local
businesses.
The daily import duty remission was also reduced from $50 to $30 per
individual traveller per day. Under the new regulations, all travellers
using small cross border transport (mostly open trucks) or buses with
huge trailers and carrying goods of a commercial nature no longer
qualify for rebate. The goods are now treated as commercial.
According to Statutory Instrument (SI) Number 148 of 2015 (Customs
and Excise (General) (Amendment) Regulations, 2015 (No 80) issued
recently by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development,
travellers’ rebate will only be granted to pedestrians and travellers
using private vehicles.
Prior to the new development, individual travellers would enjoy the
rebate whether they used commercial transport, buses or small cross
border transport operators.
Provisions of the Customs and Excise Act allow a traveller to import
goods of a prescribed amount on their first entry into the country
which is known as a travellers’ rebate.
In the event that the goods exceed the set amount, the individual pays
import duty on the excess. The Statutory Instrument also states that
third party transporters carrying goods of a commercial nature will
have to be cleared into the country by Zimra under the commercial
category.
“It is hereby notified that the Minister of Finance and Economic
Development has in terms of section 235 of the customs and excise
act (Chapter 23:03) made the following regulations:
“1. The regulations may be cited as customs and excise (General)
(Amendment) Regulations, 2015 (no 80)
“2. (1) the customs (General) Regulations, 2001, published in Statutory
Instrument 154 of 2001 (hereinafter is called “the principal
regulations”), are amended by insertion after part IV,” read part of the
SI.
The new law also states that a traveller importing goods in a transport
service vehicle , which vehicle is drawing a trailer and is used for
conveyance of goods through a port of entry shall pay full duty.
However, the SI has adversely affected those travellers (inclusive of
returning residents) importing goods from South Africa through
Beitbridge border post as those stranded are accusing Zimra, which is
the implementing agent, of failing to notify the public (travellers) on
the latest development.
For the last three days, travellers have been sceptical of importing
goods using buses or small cross border transport operators for fear
of being stranded at the border in the event they fail to raise money for
duty.
Cross border transport operators have criticised the new regulations
saying this was meant to elbow them out of business.
“You can see that there are very few vehicles in the border. As small
cross border operators, we feel these regulations are meant to push us
out of business because few travellers would want our services or
manage to raise the money for duty especially that rebate has been
scrapped,” said one operator who preferred anonymity.
However, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) officials at
Beitbridge border post recently told the parliamentary thematic
committee on Peace and Security on a visit to the area that there was
rampant smuggling of controlled goods and the abuse of travellers’
rebate.
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24/11/2015

we are bak online again www.murldrayclearing.co.zw

Timeline photos 17/09/2015

MURLDRAY BOAD AND STAFF wishes you Mr ARNOLD SIBANDA ( The current Manager ) a warm birth day ,may goodness and mercy follow you all the days of your life ,Happy 31st , [email protected]

10/09/2015

Duty Calculation
The rate of surtax on the importation of passenger type motor vehicles that are more than five years old at the time of importation was reviewed from 25% to 35% with effect from 1 September 2015. The duty to be paid on importation of motor vehicles into Zimbabwe is based on the Cost, Insurance and Freight (CIF) value plus other incidental charges and expenses incurred in the purchase of the vehicle and its subsequent transportation up to the first point of entry into Zimbabwe. This CIF value and the other charges constitute what is known as the Value for Duty Purposes (VDP). Such other charges include, inter alia, and where applicable:
• Port handling charges, for instance at Durban Port, Walvis Bay, Beira, Dar-es-Salaam;
• Storage charges; and
• Any other special handling fees, if not already included in the CIF value.
The charges that are levied are Customs Duty, Surtax and Value Added Tax (VAT). Surtax is only charged on passenger type motor vehicles that are more than five years old at the time of importation. Please note that both Customs Duty and Surtax (where applicable) are calculated on the Value for Duty Purposes. VAT is calculated on the total of VDP plus the calculated Customs Duty payable. This value is known as the Value for Tax Purposes (VTP).
The table below demonstrates how to calculate duty payable on some of the most commonly imported private motor vehicle types using arbitrary CIF values, with effect from 1 September 2015:
Year of Manufacture/Type of vehicle
Engine Capacity/Payload CIF Value
$ Other Charges
$ VDP
$ Duty
$ Surtax
$ VTP
$
VAT
$ Total amount payable
$
2012
Sedan/ Station Wagon 1495cc 6 000 _ 6 000 @40% = 2 400 _ 8 400 @ 15%
=1 260
3 660
2005
Sedan/Station Wagon 1495cc 4 000 1 200 5 200 @ 40% = 2 080 @ 35% = 1 820 7 280 @ 15%
= 1 092
4 992
2001
Sedan/Station Wagon 1800cc 5 000 900 5 900 @ 40% = 2 360 @ 35% = 2065 8 260 @ 15%
= 1 239
5 664
**NB: Please note that ZIMRA may re-assess values of the motor vehicles at entry points if the declared values do not reflect a true market price in the country from where they were bought.
Disclaimer
This article was compiled by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority for information purposes only. ZIMRA shall not accept responsibility for loss or damage arising from use of material in this article and no liability will attach to the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority.
To contact ZIMRA:
Visit our website : www. zimra.co.zw
Follow us on Twitter : @Zimra_11
Like us on Facebook : www.facebook.com/ZIMRA.11
Send us an e-mail : [email protected]
Call us (Head Office) : 04 –758891/5; 790813; 790814; 781345; 751624; 752731

05/09/2015

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) is advising its valued clients that the 2015 Mid-Term Fiscal Policy Review has brought about changes to the rebate of duty on travellers’ effects (traveller’s rebate) as follows:
The duty free allowance of US$300 per person granted on goods imported by travellers for their personal use no longer includes cooking oil, laundry bar soap, beds and mattresses, flour, maize meal, sugar, meat, fish, powdered milk, yoghurts, cheese, eggs, corn puffs, jam and honey. The complete list of goods that are excluded is now as follows:
goods which are incorrectly declared;
goods which are imported for resale or commercial purposes;
alcoholic beverages in excess of five litres per traveller of which two litres may be spirits,
goods which are imported by any member of the crew of an aircraft, ship or vehicle arriving from outside Zimbabwe;
stoves, refrigerators, and blankets;
cooking oil and laundry bar soap;
beds and mattresses;
flour, maize meal, sugar, meat, fish, powdered milk, yoghurts, cheese, eggs, corn puffs, jam and honey.
This implies that the importation of such goods will attract duty despite the fact that the value might be within the duty free allowance of US$300.
ZIMRA, therefore, urges its clients to take note of this latest development in order to avoid any inconveniences at ports of entry.
Paying duties and taxes on time and in full builds and dignifies Zimbabwe!
Commissioner General Public Notice No. 21 of 2015

01/09/2015

The Minister of Finance and Economic Development announced his Mid Term Fiscal Policy statement recently, whereupon he proposed a number of changes to the Customs and Excise side of our operations as a tax authority. We have uploaded onto our website the statutory instruments which pronounce and also make the proposed changes effective.
To download the latest statutory instruments, (Statutory Instruments number 88 of 2015 to 93 of 2015) we call upon our valued clients to follow the link below:
http://www.zimra.co.zw/index.php…

29/08/2015

A nice morning to you all

Dear valid clients please be advised that in an effort to improve our international services ,we have now a representative in Tanzania Dar es Salaam Mr Kelvin Elia Mwansule
contact details +255787675024,call or whats app
+255714675024

21/07/2015

We serve an excellent service

21/07/2015

for any information please feel free to contact the following numbers

00263 772 342 026
00263 772 342 036
00263 779 965 275

whats app numbers
00263 775108629 Paul
00263 775 719 262 Annold

13/04/2015

Did You Know:
TRAVELLER’S REBATE
The traveller’s rebate is a duty-free allowance which is granted to bona fide travellers, subject to prescribed conditions. It is divided into two categories namely total rebate and partial rebate.
Total Rebate is an allowance granted on all used personal effects. Personal effects refers to articles pertaining to or carried upon the body such as used clothes and toilet requisites.
Partial Rebate is an allowance granted on goods imported by a traveller once a month on the date of his/her first entry into Zimbabwe in that calendar month. A duty free allowance of USD300 per person is granted on goods imported by travellers for their personal use.
The list of goods that are excluded is as follows:
• goods which are incorrectly declared;
• goods which are imported for commercial purposes;
• alcoholic beverages in excess of five litres per traveller of which two litres may be spirits:
• goods which are imported by any member of the crew of an aircraft, ship or vehicle arriving from outside Zimbabwe;
• stoves;
• refrigerators;
• blankets;
• cooking oil; and
• laundry bar soap.
This implies that importation of such goods will attract duty despite the fact that the value might be under the duty free allowance of USD300.00.
Who enjoys traveller’s rebate?
Any traveller entering Zimbabwe from another country, namely:
• Returning residents,
• Tourists/visitors,
• Immigrants, and
• Diplomats
Any person employed as the pilot or master or any member of the crew of an aircraft or vehicle arriving from outside Zimbabwe is excluded from enjoying the travellers’ rebate.
Example to demonstrate application of traveller’s rebate:
Let us assume that our traveller, who meets all the necessary conditions for the rebate imports the following goods into Zimbabwe. The values that are indicated are values for duty purposes (VDP):
New clothing for personal use $160
Stove $150
Refrigerator $120
New shoes for personal use $40
Two blankets each weighing 5 kg $40
Iron, kettle, heater, utensils $160
Total $610
Analysis:
Goods that qualify under rebate:
New clothing for personal use $160
New shoes for personal use $40
Iron, kettle, heater, utensils $160
Total $360
Rebate allowance = $300
Excess = $360 - $300 = $60
Duty on excess = $60 x 40% = $24
Duty on goods that do not qualify under rebate
Duty on stove and refrigerator is $270 x 40% = $108
Duty on blankets is ($40 x 40%) = $16.00
Total duty payable $24 + $108 + $16 = $148
Please note that the importation of certain commodities such as cooking oil, milk and washing preparations in whatever quantities require an import licence from Ministry of Industry and Commerce and this licence should be produced at the time of importation.
You are hereby encouraged to declare all the goods in your possession correctly to avoid any inconveniences.
• Disclaimer
This article was compiled by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority for information purposes only. ZIMRA shall not accept responsibility for loss or damage arising from use of material in this article and no liability will attach to the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority.

18/12/2014

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A tax clearance certificate is a document that is issued by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) in terms of Section 34 (C ) of the Revenue Authority Act [Chapter 23.12] to a person as defined in Section 2 of the Income Tax Act [Chapter 23:06] stating whether that person’s tax affairs are up to date or not. It is issued to a perso...
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05/11/2014

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28/10/2014

Dear our clients we would like to let you know that our new website is now www.murldray.com thank you for your long waiting

13/10/2014

YES we are still doing our business as usual at the best service at affordable prices ,

a new level of efficiency

08/10/2014

business as usual the company will be back on market meaning the website thank you for your long waiting

17/09/2014

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10/09/2014

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29/08/2014

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06/06/2014

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