(Last Updated on January 26, 2021 by GERALD NCUBE)
HARARE – Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) Commissioner for Customs and Excise Happias Kuzvinzwa has died.
Kuzvinzwa joined the tax collector in 1981 then called the Department of Customs and Excise and rose through the ranks to become the Assistant Commissioner of Customs responsible for Fiscal and Trade Policy, Revenue Collection, Customs Reform, Trade and International Liaison.
He then rejoined ZIMRA in 2011 as the Commissioner for Customs and Excise, was appointed Commissioner Domestic Taxes in 2015 before reverting to head the Customs and Excise Division in 2018.
Meanwhile, the Authority has since cancelled the virtual International Customs Day Commemorations which was slated for today.
“Due to the untimely passing on of ZIMRA Commissioner for Customs and Excise, Mr Happias Kuzvinzwa, the scheduled virtual International Customs Day Commemorations have been cancelled,” said ZIMRA in a statement.