Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) is set to convene a breakfast meeting with tourism players at Holiday Inn Bulawayo on 14 October to explain tax regulation matters and how to improve modalities of doing business in the sector.
The breakfast meeting will take place between 7 to 8.30am and will occur on the side-lines of the Sanganai/Hlanganani – World Tourism Expo which is set for the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre in Bulawayo from 13 – 15 October 2022.
ZTA Head Corporate Affairs Chief Godfrey Koti said:
“The breakfast meeting will shed light on charges on imported tourism goods, customs clearance procedures, traveller’s rebates and suspension of duty on specified new buses imported by Tour Operators.
“A Tour Operator means a person or organisation registered with Zimbabwe Tourism Authority and the Tourism Business Council of Zimbabwe for a period of not less than two years or as approved by the Minister.”
Companies attending the meeting include Falcon Air, Concept Car Rental, CAAZ, Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Authority, Villa Gianni amongst others.
The guest of honour will be the Zimra commissioner General Ms Regina Chinamasa.
At least 200 delegates are expected to attend the breakfast meeting that takes places
The platform will also offer tourism players and opportunity to discuss challenges being faced in the industry.