Zimra boss resigns

Harare(New Ziana)-The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) Commissioner General Faith Mazani is leaving the tax collector with effect from January 31 after three years in charge.

Mazani is taking up a new post at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with effect from February 1, 2021.

Zimra board vice chairperson Josephine Matambo announced the departure of Mazani in a circular addressed to staff.

“We wish to advise all staff members that the Commissioner General, Ms Faith Mazani will be leaving the authority with effect from 31 January 2021. The Zimra board of directors congratulates Ms Mazani for her pending re-appointment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with effect from 01 February 2021,”she said.

Matambo credited Mazani for, among other achievements, for Zimra surpassing revenue collection targets during her tenure.

“We would want to thank and appreciate Ms Mazani for her sterling performance in successfully leading the authority in the implementation of Zimra’s strategy which supported key pillars of the Government’s National Transitional Stabilisation Programme.

“Under her leadership, Zimra managed to consistently surpass revenue targets set by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development.

“We wish Ms Mazani all the best in her new role and look forward to continue working with her on strengthening Domestic Resource Mobilisation in Zimbabwe,” said Matambo.

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