ZIMRA Introduces New Conditions For Individuals Importing Good For Resale

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has issued a notice advising individuals importing goods for sale into the country to apply for a Business Partner Number. The requirement applies to individuals who import goods exceeding RTGS$8 000.00. Below is the notice in full:

PUBLIC NOTICE: IMPORTATION OF COMMERCIAL GOODS BY INDIVIDUALS

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) in this public notice would like to advise that all individuals importing commercial goods into Zimbabwe would be required to apply for a Business Partner Number through the ZIMRA E-Services Platform on the website http://efiling.zimra.co.zw or visit your nearest ZIMRA office for further assistance.

Please note that with effect from 9 September 2019, no individual importing commercial goods, for example, goods for resale of a value exceeding RTGS$8 000.00, will be cleared unless they have the Business Partner Number and a valid Tax Clearance Certificate.

The requirements for the application for a Business Partner number are:

  • Stamped current Bank Statement
  • Identity card
  • Proof of residence in the form of a utility bill, supported with an affidavit if not in your name.

Please approach your nearest ZIMRA Domestic Taxes office for further enquiries or assistance

Below is a screenshot of the ZIMRA notice:


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4 comments on “ZIMRA Introduces New Conditions For Individuals Importing Good For Resale

  1. High time people start resisting some of these stupid punitive measures being put to suck the last drop of blood from the suffering public who are already so impoverished. How do we survive?

  2. ZIMRA and the pathetic people who work there are the biggest impediment to economic growth and Foreign Direct Investment in Zimbabwe. With Zimra in its present predatory form, we shall sink quicker than the waters of Lake Kariba. But who cares? Be afraid, Zimbabweans, be very afraid.

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