Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) Commissioner-General Faith Mazani is leaving for greener pastures to re-joins International Monetary Fund(IMF) effective 1st February 2021.
Commissioner General Mazani joined the then Zimbabwe Department of Taxes in January 1983 and was one of the first Revenue Commissioners of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) at its inception in 2001.
She left ZIMRA in February 2007 and joined The South African Revenue Service (SARS) as Senior Manager in October 2007, after a brief stint as Senior Tax Manager at Deloitte And Touche Zimbabwe.
In a statement, ZIMRA said Commissioner General Mazani will be leaving the revenue collector at the end of January next year.
“We would like to thank Mrs. Faith Mazani for her performance in successfully leading the Authority in the implementation of ZIMRA’s strategy which supported key pillars of the Government’s National Transitional Stabilisation Program (TSP),” reads the statement.
Mazani leaves ZIMRA after just two years on the job (appointed 19 Jan 2018). Before ZIMRA, the ex-Deloitte executive was Regional Revenue Assistance advisor at IMF.
Zimbabwe’s export incentives have seen gold deliveries to Fidelity Printers and Refiners r…