ZIMRA Scraps Sanitary Wear Duty

THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has scrapped duty on sanitary wear products for women in a bid to cushion girls and women against the skyrocketing prices of sanitary wear products. By Michael Gwarisa In an interview with HealthTimes, ZIMRA Head Corporate Communications, Mr Francis Chimhanda said the initiative was effected in December last year and  importations which occurred on or after 7 December 2018 to 20 November 2019 do not attract duty. Duty and VAT are not payable on sanitary wear, being tampons, sanitary towels and other sanitary wear products…

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Stop Discriminating Against People With Albinism- Corporates Warned

INFORMATION, Publicity and Broadcasting Services deputy minister, Honorable Energy Mutodi says government will not tolerate any form of discrimination against people living with albinism and warned corporates against denying people with albinism employment opportunities. By Michael Gwarisa Officiating at the second edition of the Albinism health fair that was hosted by Global Aid Missions (GAM) in partnership with the Population Services International (PSI) and Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council (ZNFPC), Minister Mutodi said it was high time the country moves away from traditional beliefs which used to discriminate against people…

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