Businesses have lamented how old laws or archaic laws and municipality by-laws are sometimes a hindrance to growth. This was revealed by CZI‘s Mr Shepherd Chawira who said these laws should be reviewed in order for businesses to grow.
Mr Chawira was speaking at the UCAZ’s 78th annual conference in Bulawayo when he said:
Many local authorities in Zimbabwe are operating under archaic laws and municipal by-laws that do not take into account the changing business environment and globalisation,
Over a period of time many obstacles that comprise high taxes and rates, long registration and licensing processes and policy adjustments, have continuously been the order of the day in both urban and rural local authorities in Zimbabwe.
These issues have further portrayed the Zimbabwean local governance in a bad picture as the local authorities are viewed as regulating for revenue and not for business growth, creating a perception of local authorities not being favourable to support business growth.
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