Daily Mail
ZRA paying K700m monthly in tax refunds
ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka DUE to increased levels of compliance and submission of correct documentation by mining companies, Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) has been paying K700 million per month to liquidate the K5 billion owed in value added tax refunds. ZRA commissioner general Ki...
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TPIN awareness intensified
ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) has embarked on massive tax-payer identification number (TPIN) registration campaigns to sensitise the public on the importance and need to obtain the identification number ahead of the December deadline. Last week, ZRA he...
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ZRA introduces amnesty to tax defaulters
ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) is expected to collect about K8 billion after waiving all interest and penalties for tax-payers with outstanding tax returns and debts. During the launch of the amnesty on interest and penalties yesterday, ZRA commissioner...
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Govt urged to harmonise information flow on investment
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka CARITAS Zambia has called on Government to harmonise operations among line ministries and agencies on the country’s information to ease the process of attracting foreign direct investments (FDIs). Currently, various government institutions have different inf...
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Asbestos roofing sheets back
KALONDE NYATI, Lusaka ASBESTOS roofing sheets have been re-introduced on the Zambian market following the partnership between Altus Property Limited and Zimbabwe-based manufacturing company Turnall Holdings Limited. Turnall Holdings will be producing the roofing sheets and Altus...
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Zambia Sugar starts 2017 crop season
NOMSA NKANA, Mazabuka ZAMBIA Sugar Plc has kicked off the 2017 crop season with optimism of a good harvest in view of a favourable rainfall pattern. Company managing director Rabecca Katowa said that the just-ended rainy season has been favourable for the crop and anticipates a g...
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Civil servants’ salaries to boost Kwacha
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka THE upcoming civil servants salaries are expected to ease the current tight liquidity conditions standing at K357.75 million, as the Kwacha is anticipated to continue on a strong note against the United States (US) dollar supported by constant supply from bo...
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