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We have appointed a new receptionist Audrey Rashama, to improve the face of Feliflex Investments and upgrade to a new dispensation of customer service. Feel free to visit us and get more insight into modern business strategies.

                                  Audrey

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Request for Quotation

IPP001/2018
Kindly supply us with a quotation for the following items listed below:
REF ITEM QTY UOM DESCRIPTION OF ITEM
1 5 Each Manifold Gauge CT-736G-410A
2 5 Kilogram Gas R410A Cylinder 11.3kg
3 55 Kilogram R410A Gas
4 5 Sets Screw Driver set 22PC, Chrome Vanadium Steel or equiv.
5 6 Kilogram Mutton cloth
6 5 Each High pressure washer K2.21
7 15 Litres Degreaser
8 10 Each 20L Plastic Buckets
9 10 Each Spray bottle (600 – 750ml)
10 50 Pairs Household gloves
11 15 Litres Dish washer
12 20 Each Fins brush
13 20 Each Fins comb
14 10 Each Dish washer (750ml)
15 5 Each Digital Multimeter Fluke 902FC
Supplier must state the following:
Price. (IN US DOLLARS)
DDP HARARE (Delivery Duty Paid to Harare, Zimbabwe)
Payment terms SHOULD BE ON INVOICING. BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE WILL NOT CONSIDER DEMANDS FOR CASH UPFRONT AFTER THE ORDER HAS BEEN ISSUED IF THE QUOTATION INDICATED A PAYMENT TERM OF 30 DAY ACCOUNT
Validity period of quotation (minimum of 90 days)
Delivery period (7 days or less)
Attach proof of registration with Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe in the form of a Copy of Government Gazette General Notice Category Hardware category Note: (SPB receipts or Proof of payment are not acceptable).
Suppliers must attach VAT Certificate if registered. Suppliers not registered for VAT Should not charge VAT on their Quotations.
Attach  a valid Tax Clearance
NOTE: IT HAS BECOME MANDATORY THAT FOR ALL IMPORTED ITEMS, SUPPLIERS SHOULD ON DELIVERY, SUBMIT PROOF OF CUSTOMS CLEARANCE IN THE FORM OF: A BILL OF LADING AND/ OR DUTY CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE. YOUR QUOTATION SHOULD STATE ADHERENCE TO THIS.
SUBMISSION OF QUOTATIONS
ALL QUOTATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE “TENDER BOX”; BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE; 27 BOSCOBEL DRIVE WEST, HIGHLANDS, HARARE ZIMBABWE.
THE QUOTATIONS MUST BE ENCLOSED IN SEALED ENVELOPES, ENDORSED ON THE OUTSIDE WITH THE TENDER NUMBER, CLOSING DATE AND BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS. THE SUBMISSIONS MUST BE POSTED IN TIME INTO THE “TENDER BOX” BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE, BEFORE THURSDAY 1500 HOURS ON THURSDAY 12 APRIL 2018.
POSTED:                                             9 APRIL 2018
CLOSING DATE:                             12 APRIL 2018
ADDRESS:                                        27 BOSCOBEL DRIVE WEST HIGHLANDS, HARARE

Tender Notice

IPP002/2018
Kindly supply us with a quotation for the following items listed below:
REF ITEM QTY UOM DESCRIPTION OF ITEM
1 4 Each Tins resin kit 1000C
2 4 Each Work suits size 46
3 12 Each Work suits size 44
4 1 Each Safety shoes size 10
5 3 Pair Safety shoes size 9
6 1 Pair Safety shoes size 8
7 3 Pair Safety shoes size 7
8 1 Pair Safety shoes size 11
9 8 Each Hard hats/helmet
10 8 Pair Safety glasses
11 8 Pair Leather gloves
12 8 Pair Climbing gloves
13 2 Each Leather Apron
14 1 Each Split pin assorted set 200 PCE
15 6 Each 19mm Crosby clamps
16 6 Each 22mm Crosby clamps
Supplier must state the following:
Price. (IN US DOLLARS)
DDP HARARE (Delivery Duty Paid to Harare, Zimbabwe)
Payment terms SHOULD BE ON INVOICING. BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE WILL NOT CONSIDER DEMANDS FOR CASH UPFRONT AFTER THE ORDER HAS BEEN ISSUED IF THE QUOTATION INDICATED A PAYMENT TERM OF 30 DAY ACCOUNT
Validity period of quotation (minimum of 90 days)
Delivery period (7 days or less)
Attach proof of registration with Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (PRAZ) in the form of a Copy of Government Gazette General Notice Category Hardware category Note: (PRAZ receipts or Proof of payment are not acceptable).
Suppliers must attach VAT Certificate if registered. Suppliers not registered for VAT should not charge VAT on their Quotations.
Attach  a valid Tax Clearance.
NOTE: IT HAS BECOME MANDATORY THAT FOR ALL IMPORTED ITEMS, SUPPLIERS SHOULD ON DELIVERY, SUBMIT PROOF OF CUSTOMS CLEARANCE IN THE FORM OF: A BILL OF LADING AND/ OR DUTY CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE. YOUR QUOTATION SHOULD STATE ADHERENCE TO THIS.
SUBMISSION OF QUOTATIONS
ALL QUOTATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE “TENDER BOX”; BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE; 27 BOSCOBEL DRIVE WEST, HIGHLANDS, HARARE ZIMBABWE.
THE QUOTATIONS MUST BE ENCLOSED IN SEALED ENVELOPES, ENDORSED ON THE OUTSIDE WITH THE TENDER NUMBER, CLOSING DATE AND BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS. THE SUBMISSIONS MUST BE POSTED IN TIME INTO THE “TENDER BOX” BROADCASTING AUTHORITY OF ZIMBABWE, BEFORE THURSDAY 1500 HOURS ON THURSDAY 12 APRIL 2018.
POSTED:                                              9 APRIL 2018
CLOSING DATE:                             12 APRIL 2018
ADDRESS:                                        27 BOSCOBEL DRIVE WEST HIGHLANDS, HARARE

Fiscalisation

Zimra supplies 9 000 fiscal gadgets

ZIMBABWE Revenue Authority (Zimra) has supplied more than 9 000 fiscal gadgets to its clients but the institution faces challenges in supplying more devices due to foreign currency shortages.

Fiscalised gadgets are electronic devices which contain a fiscal memory. These are fiscalised electronic registers — also referred to as electronic tax registers, fiscalised printers or electronic signature devices.

The fiscal memory is permanently built into a fiscalised device to store tax information at the time of the sale.

In an interview this week on a wide range of issues, Zimra Commissioner-General Faith Mazani said the revenue body is engaging the Ministry of Finance and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to mitigate the foreign currency challenges.

“A total of 9 032 clients have acquired and installed fiscal devices to date and Zimra was appointed as one of the suppliers of the fiscal gadgets,” she said.

“There are, however, challenges on supply of devices due to foreign currency shortages. Engagements between Zimra, the Ministry of Finance and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe are underway to mitigate the challenges.”

Mazani said Zimra has registered informal sector businesses as the economy has become largely informal.

“Strategies to harness the informal sector were embarked on in 2017 through joint workshops with the Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs),” she said.

“A total of 19 000 new clients were registered through this exercise. The contribution from this sector is expected to improve as the businesses grow. Going forward, the authority will intensify engagements and registration of the small and medium enterprises to improve their contribution to the economy.”

While some business leaders and investors have bemoaned that the country has one of the highest tax regimes in the region, Mazani disagrees, saying the taxes levied by Zimra were lower than some countries on the continent.

“The Zimbabwean tax rates are comparable to other countries in the region. For instance, Zimbabwe’s rate of Corporate Tax of 25% is comparable to Zambia’s 35%, South Africa’s 28% and Nigeria’s 30%. What makes Zimbabwe’s situation unique is the level of non-compliance, which is very high and has an effect of burdening the few that are compliant.
This is why strategies to increase compliance are being implemented with a view to achieve an equitable tax system,” Mazani said.

As the Commissioner-General, Mazani said she will strive to fight corruption and reduce the tax debt.

“My major focus is to have a vibrant revenue authority that is client-driven and benchmarks against other revenue authorities for best practice in tax and customs administration. I will intensify strategies to increase revenue collection, curb corruption and reduce the tax debt,” Mazani said.

Pension Funds Issues

Delta Corporation under investigation

 

THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) is investigating the alleged misappropriation and mismanagement of funds by beverages manufacturer Delta Corporation from a pension fund that was set up to benefit retirees, the businessdigest can reveal.

Following a de-mutualisation process in 2001, Delta established the pension fund from shares allotted by Old Mutual.

The protracted dispute over the pension fund, which is now at the centre of the Zacc probe, is one of the few cases around corporate governance that the anti-graft body is investigating.

In 2014, Delta workers’ representatives told a parliamentary portfolio committee that the giant brewer had diverted proceeds from the de-mutualisation process to a trust fund.

However, Delta insisted that the de-mutualisation funds did not accrue to individual members of the pension fund.
President of the Brewing and Distilling Workers’ Union and former Delta Corporation workers’ committee leader John Shumba said he was summoned by Zacc, which sought to understand the concerns of the aggrieved pensioners and how the contentious pension fund was being administered, more than a decade after it was established.

“I was called by Zacc commissioners to interrogate me about the matter. They wanted to understand if the fund is being run professionally and what happened to proceeds from the fund. I am also supposed to meet Zacc today (Thursday),” Shumba said. “Yes, it is an issue. We are complaining about the management of the fund. This happened in 1999, workers were supposed to get money in 2002,” he said, imploring Zacc to “act accordingly and unearth this corruption”.

Sources close to the developments estimate the current savings of the controversial pension fund to have accumulated to US$60 million.

The government’s current fight against corruption, Shumba said, should also extend to private firms while safeguarding the interests of workers.

Efforts to get a comment from Zacc for questions e-mailed last week were fruitless.

Last year, the aggrieved former workers wrote to Delta’s human resources executive demanding disbursement of proceeds from the pension fund which is now shrouded in controversy. But Delta remained defiant, advising the disgruntled pensioners to approach the courts for recourse.

In correspondence addressed to the affected ex-workers in July last year, the beverages maker stated that it did not “owe anyone any de-mutualisation proceeds”.

“First, we wish to make it categorically clear that Delta does not owe anyone any de-mutualisation proceeds,” a Delta human resources executive for the lagers beer business, Kennedy Munda, wrote in a letter dated July 4 2017.
“The claim that Delta has de-mutualisation funds is nothing but a figment of some people’s wild imagination.

“Our advice to you (former employees) if you remain unsatisfied with this explanation is to approach Old Mutual or the regulator of pensions. The business looks forward to a day when the courts can bring finality to this matter.”

Contacted for comment, Delta company secretary Alex Makamure said Delta has not been quizzed by Zacc.

“No contact from Zacc or pensioners. We have no further comment,” Makamure said in a text message.

Over the past decade, the beer maker, then owned by SAB-Miller Plc, grew exponentially, investing over US$43 million to acquire new bottling lines and in the process, asserting its status as the country’s leading beverages manufacturer.

Delta is now a subsidiary of Anheusur-Busch InBev SA/NV, the world’s largest brewer, who snapped up a key stake previously held by SAB-Miller Plc.