Importation and Exportation of Currency by Travellers

MoneyThe importation and exportation of currency is governed by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) in terms of the Exchange Control Act [Chapter 22:05] as read with Exchange Control Regulations Statutory Instrument 109 of 1996. Continue reading “Importation and Exportation of Currency by Travellers”

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Duty FREE Allowance on Goods Imported for Religious Purposes  

christ-of-peace-bolivia-2-488x650The Customs and Excise (General) Regulations, as published in Statutory Instrument 154 of 2001, provides for a rebate of duty on selected imported goods by religious organisations. This implies that such goods when imported enjoy duty free and Value Added Tax (VAT) free concessions. Continue reading “Duty FREE Allowance on Goods Imported for Religious Purposes  “

Short-Shipment of Imported Goods

A short-shipment occurs when cargo listed on invoices or carrier’s documents is not included in a shipment or is not received by the recipient or consignee. In other terms, the quantity of goods received and cleared by the recipient/consignee will be less than the quantity listed on the invoices or shipping documents. Despite some goods being short shipped as described above, all goods shown on an invoice, bill of lading, manifest, consignment note, waybill or other document as having been consigned to Zimbabwe shall be deemed to have been imported and shall be cleared on a bill of entry. Continue reading “Short-Shipment of Imported Goods”

Bordersmart: Immigration Regulations

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This article discusses some aspects of Zimbabwean immigration law. We discuss other aspects about immigration in detail in the Zimborderguide. The Zimborderguide is the ultimate guide to Travellers, Importers and Exporters interacting across Zimbabwean Borders. Continue reading “Bordersmart: Immigration Regulations”