Government Gazette of 8 March 2019

Friday, 22 March 2019
Gill, Godlonton & Gerrans

"In the Government Gazette of the 8 March 2019 the following were published"

Government Gazette of 8 March 2019

In the Government Gazette of the 8 March 2019 the following were published:

  • Declaration of Special Economic Zone in respect of Trauma Centre Borrowdale.
  • Declaration of Special Economic Zone in respect of Arcadia Mine.
  • Request for Expression of Interest for provision of consulting services, i.e. engagement of consultants for financial advisory services for the recapitalization of Infrastructure Development Bank, closing date 28 March 2019 at 10am.
  • Request for Expression of Interest Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe, engineering and architectural designs and environmental and social impact assessment for accommodation facilities in Zvishavane, closing date 30 April 2019 at 10am.
  • Request for Expression of Interest Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe, engineering and architectural designs and environmental and social impact assessment for accommodation facilities in Bulawayo, closing date 23 April 2019 at 10am.
  • Request for Expression of Interest Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe, engineering and architectural designs and environmental and social impact assessment for accommodation facilities in Borrowdale Harare, closing date 23 April 2019 at 10am.
  • Request for Expression of Interest Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe, engineering and architectural designs and environmental and social impact assessment for accommodation facilities in Victoria Falls, closing date 30 April 2019 at 10am.

Statutory Instruments published - Income Tax exemption for non-resident tax on fees Konoicke Construction Company Limited and exemption from income tax on salaries and emoluments.

Statutory Instrument 52/2019 provides a rebate of duty in respect of the import of one motor vehicle by a senior public civil servant of Zimbabwe in respect of a vehicle purchased using a loan from the Transport Purchase Fund through CMED or the senior public servant’s own funds and the vehicle is to be used for the private use of the senior civil servant.  This does not apply to senior public servants entitled to use of motor vehicles by virtue of their employment.

Further, the duty rebated for a motor vehicle with a maximum import value of $10 000,00 may be granted to any other serving public servant of Zimbabwe who has been employed in the civil service for a period of not less than 10 years.  Public servants in the Health sector below the grade of Deputy Director General are however excluded from this provision.