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Histrocity Trading T/A Classic Freight & logistics Is a member of ISFAAZ ( INDIGENOIUS SHIPPING FREIGHT AGENTS ASSOCIATION OF zIMBABWE)

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Classic freight & Logistics

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New Rates of Customs Duty for Private Motor Vehicles

zimra.co.zw Website of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) - News, Notices, Taxation and Service Information, Forms, etc.

24/10/2014

November-December Prices

1)Commercial vehicle guarantee(CVG) - for foreign registered vehicles
Vehicle- ZAR 300.00
Trailer - ZAR 150.00

*Caravans & boats fee is calculated against the value of the latter

2) General clearance fee -ZAR 250.00
3) Private imports for goods with a values that are cleared under commercial clearance(consumption) - ZAR 550.00
4) Application for temporary importation priviledges (ATIP)- 5% of the invoice value
5) TIP - FREE
6) Transit Goods - ZAR 600.00

contact details

0775381976/ 0027624613151

[email protected]

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Beitbridge Border Post - Trucking.

Beitbridge border Post is the Northernmost gate for South Africa to the rest of East and Central Africa.

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

Question
I intend to leave Zimbabwe with my vehicle and other personal belongings for quite and extended time.May you tell me the documents that are required and the process of acquiring such documents.

Answer
You need to obtain a CD1 form from a Commercial bank and approach a ZIMRA Registered Clearing Agent to prepare the export documentation. After the documents have been processed through ZIMRA you can then load your goods on to the transport you intend to use for export.

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Did You Know? | Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

zimra.co.zw Website of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) - News, Notices, Taxation and Service Information, Forms, etc.

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA), encourages members of the public to report any corruption to our toll free hotline on these numbers 0800 4174 or 0800 4185

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

ZIMRA has deployed point-of-sale machines at Beitbridge Border Post in order to increase security and convenience to its valued clients. The point-of-sale machines accept both ZIMSWITCH and international cards such as VISA and MasterCard, which makes it more convenient for the transacting public.

The move has been hailed by the public since it is risky for them to move around with cash for the payment of duty.

ZIMRA introduced the ‘Zero Cash Office’ concept in 2005 as part of its strategies to consistently improve convenience and security to its valued clients. Currently, most inland stations do not handle cash as clients simply make deposits into ZIMRA accounts.

Using online systems or the banking system to make duty and tax payments has advantages over bringing cash to ZIMRA offices in a number of ways. For instance, clients with Internet banking facilities can transfer funds anytime (24 hours a day) through their banks and they will be issued with instant receipts.

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

The Simplified Trade Regime intends to overcome any challenges by simplifying the whole process of clearing goods for small to medium scale cross border traders by way of introducing:
• A simplified certificate of origin which should be signed and stamped by a ZIMRA official at the border post for all goods that appear on the Common List.
• A simplified Customs document filled as the trader enters the where they are exporting to.
• A common list of qualifying goods displayed at all border posts within COMESA.
http://www.zimra.co.zw/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2055:comesa-simplified-trade-regime-str&catid=21:did-you-know&Itemid=91

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

NOTICE TO ALL TRAVELERS, CLEARING AGENTS, IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS UTILISING BEITBRIDGE BORDER POST
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) hereby advises members of the public that the South African Revenue Services (SARS) is introducing a new customs clearance processing system known as Interfront Customs Border Solution (iCBS). The new system will enable SARS Customs to centralise the clearing of all import, export and cross-border declarations using a single processing system that incorporates advanced technology. The implementation process will commence at 6.00pm on the 16th of August 2013 and is expected to be complete by Sunday the 18th of August 2013.
As may be expected with the implementation of new systems, unforeseen challenges may be experienced in the process, so SARS has advised that in terms of system downtime over the weekend, contingency plans have been set up to ensure that emergency declarations will still be processed and cargo enabled to move through the borders timeously.
ZIMRA therefore advises members of the public to take note of this important information.

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

Duly instructed by the COMMISSIONER GENERAL of THE ZIMBABWE REVENUE AUTHORITY (ZIMRA), MAC AUCTION SERVICES shall offer for sale by public auction FORFEITED and UNCLEARED VEHICLES and GOODS at BULAWAYO MANICA CONTAINER DEPOT (vehicles) ZITF BULAWAYO TRADE FARE HALL 2 (goods) on Friday 6 June 2014 at 08:30am as follows:

Venue: Manica Container Depot (vehicles), ZITF Bulawayo Trade Fare Hall 2 (goods)

View Date: Thursday, 5 June 2014, from 8:00 am to 5pm.

Sale Date: Friday 6 June 2014, from 8:30am. Starting with the vehicles.

Vehicles to include:

• 2003 Mercedes Benz A140C
• 2005 Chevrolet Aveo Sedan
• 2003 Ford Focus
• 2002 Audi A4 Sedan
• 1992 BMW 325i
• Opel Astra 160
• Toyota Prado
• Ford Bantam
• VW Jetta
• Mazda MPV
• Toyota Corolla Sedan
• Toyota Corolla
• 1999 Nissan Sunny Sedan
• 1998 Hyundai Sedan
• 1996 Toyota Estima
• 1995 Honda Civic
• 1994 VW Hatchback
• 1992 Toyota Corolla
• 1986 Toyota Hiace Minibus
• 1981 Isuzu Pick Up
• Porsche Boxster
• Homemade Trailer

Items to include:

• Stationery
• Televisions
• Home Theatres
• DVD Players
• Stoves
• 2 Piece couch sofa

Conditions of sale: Entry to viewing and sale day is to catalogue holders only at US$20.00 per head.

Buying cards: A cash surety deposit of US$2,000.00 for vehicles and US$500.00 for other goods is required which is refundable if all sale conditions are met. Please note that cheques are not accepted.

Payment: is acceptable in cash only. Proof of ID will be required when making payments. No goods to leave the sale venue until fully paid for.

Children are not allowed into the sales venue.

Further conditions of sale are on the catalogue.

Please DO NOT direct enquiries concerning clearing your goods to the Auctioneer.

Forthcoming Rummage Sales

1. ZIMRA Beitbridge 24 June 2014
2. ZIMRA Plumtree 10 July 2014

For further information please contact

Mac Auction Services
Suite 201B Margolis Plaza
2 Speke Avenue
Harare
Tel 04-758355 08644107939/0716 676692
Email [email protected]
www.macauctionservices.co.zw

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

people we ought to know who is exactly is an informal trader & how they benefit from classified under this category

Withholding of Presumptive Tax from Informal Traders

Did you know that, in terms of Section 36C of the Income Tax Act as read with The Twenty-Sixth Schedule to the same Act, every person who is renting out residential or business premises (lessor) to an informal trader (lessee) is required to withhold and remit presumptive tax to ZIMRA?

WHO IS AN INFORMAL TRADER?

“Informal trader” means an individual who —

carries on a trade for his own account from which he derives gross income of less than US$6,000.00 (six thousand United States dollars) per annum or any other amount prescribed by the Minister.

has not submitted a return for assessment in the most recent year of assessment.
It also includes a hawker, street vendor, person who sells articles at a peoples’ market or flea market and a person who manufactures or processes any articles in or from residential premises.

The informal trader is also referred to as “the lessee” in the above mentioned Schedule.

WHO IS A LESSOR?

A lessor may be

any local authority to whom an informal trader pays rent for residential accommodation (e.g. where an informal trader pays rent to an urban or rural council)
any person or local authority to whom an informal trader pays rent for premises or a place for the purposes of carrying on trade. (e.g. where an informal trader pays rent to Mr X who stays in Borrowdale, or where an informal trader pays rent to the owner of flea market premises)

WHAT ARE THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE INFORMAL TRADER?

The informal trader must notify the lessor of his status as an informal trader to enable the lessor to deduct the presumptive tax from his or her rent.
Where required, the informal trader should produce the certificate issued by the lessor as proof of payment of presumptive tax

WHAT ARE THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE LESSOR?

Once notified by informal trader of his or her status as an informal trader, the lessor must record such notification together with the informal trader’s name, address and other relevant information and must forthwith submit this information to the Commissioner.

Whenever the informal trader pays the lessor rent, the lessor must withhold 10% presumptive tax from the rent unless the trader produces a valid tax clearance certificate.



The lessor should then issue a certificate to the informal trader for:

ü the amount of rent paid by the informal trader, and

ü the amount of presumptive tax recovered from him.


The lessor should remit the presumptive tax withheld to the Commissioner within 30 days of receiving the rent accompanied by Rev5 form.

PENALTIES

A lessor who fails to withhold presumptive tax from an informal trader, or fails to pay to the Commissioner, the presumptive tax withheld, will be held personally liable for the payment of the presumptive tax due and in addition, an amount equivalent to that presumptive tax as penalty.

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority is the state's instrument for assessing, collecting and accounting for revenue (OFFICIAL ZIMRA FACEBOOK PAGE)

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

Immigrant`s Rebate - Customs and Excise (General Regulations) Statutory Instrument 154 of 2001

It provides for a rebate of duty and Value Added Tax (VAT) on household and personal effects and other goods for personal use that are imported by qualifying individuals and not companies.
Who qualifies for the immigrant’s rebate?
The rebate is granted to an individual (including spouses of such persons) who comes to Zimbabwe:-
a) To take up employment or permanent residence; or
b) As a visitor but remains to take up employment or permanent residence; or
c) As a diplomat but remains to take up employment or permanent residence or to attend any educational institution; or
d) For the purposes of attending any educational institution.
However, any person who has previously resided or has been employed in Zimbabwe and who has been outside Zimbabwe for less than two years is excluded.

What documents does one need to submit to be considered for the immigrant`s rebate?
1. Employment record or residence permit
2. Proof that one has completed such studies - for a person who has been pursuing studies
3. Proof that one has terminated such contract - for a person who has been on a contract of employment
4. Proof of such absence from Zimbabwe - for a person who has been on an extended absence from Zimbabwe
5. A certificate stating that such effects and other goods were owned by him/her at the time of his/her arrival and at their time of importation
6. In the case of a motor vehicle, a certificate stating that a rebate has not been granted to him/her in respect of a motor vehicle during the previous four years
7. A certificate that such effects and other goods are intended for his/her own use in Zimbabwe and will not be used for trade or commercial purposes
8. A written undertaking that such effects and other goods will not be sold or disposed of in any manner and that he/she shall not leave Zimbabwe for a period of more than six months within 24 months of arrival as stated below (conditions after importing)
9. A written undertaking to pay such duty as may become due if he/she decides to sell or dispose of in any manner or if he/she decides to leave Zimbabwe for a period of more than six months within 24 months of arrival as stated below (conditions after importing)
10. A written undertaking to notify the Commissioner General of ZIMRA of any change in residential address within twenty four months of grant of the rebate and to notify the Commissioner General of ZIMRA within fourteen days of the change of address, failure of which one will be liable to payment of a fine
11. Satisfactory evidence relating to the acquisition, ownership or purchase of the goods as may be required by the Commissioner.

What kind of goods can be imported under the Immigrant’s rebate?
1. Personal and household effects such as clothing, linen and furniture.
2. Motor vehicles limited to one vehicle per individual.
No person under the age of 16 is allowed to import a vehicle under this rebate.
Motor vehicles designed to transport 15 or more people including the driver and vehicles whose gross vehicle weight exceeds five tonnes are also excluded from this rebate.
Conditions to be met at the time of importation
The goods should have been owned and fully paid for by the immigrant and in physical existence at the time of his/her arrival and at the time of their importation.

Conditions after Importing
1. The immigrant shall not sell or dispose of in any manner or display for sale goods in respect of which such rebate was granted within 24 months after the date of being granted such rebate without written permission from the Commissioner General or the duty which would have been payable being paid.
2. An immigrant who has been granted a rebate of duty who emigrates or departs from Zimbabwe for a period of more than six (6) months within 24 months from the date the rebate was granted shall remove the goods from Zimbabwe on his departure, unless prior written permission has been granted by the Commissioner General or the duty which would have been payable has been paid.
NB: Any violation of the rebate conditions makes the goods liable to seizure. In addition, the misuse or attempts to misuse the provision on rebates is an offence.

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

Traveller's Rebate:

Following the announcement of the 2014 National Budget by the Honourable Minister of Finance and Economic Development, changes have been made to the rebate of duty on travellers' effects covered under Section 114 of the Customs and Excise (General) Regulations, published in Statutory Instrument 154 of 2001 through Statutory Instrument 169 of 2013.

The duty free allowance of US$300 per person granted on goods imported by travellers for their personal use no longer includes cooking oil and laundry bar soap. The list of goods that are excluded is now as follows:
Ø goods which are incorrectly declared;
Ø goods which are imported for commercial purposes;
Ø alcoholic beverages in excess of five litres per traveller of which two litres may be spirits:
Ø goods which are imported by any member of the crew of an aircraft, ship or vehicle arriving from outside Zimbabwe;
Ø stoves;
Ø refrigerators;
Ø blankets;
Ø cooking oil; and
Ø Laundry bar soap.
This implies that the importation of such goods will attract duty despite the fact that the value might be under the duty free allowance of US$300.

10/10/2014

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA)

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority is the state's instrument for assessing, collecting and accounting for revenue (OFFICIAL ZIMRA FACEBOOK PAGE)

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