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High Court invalidates 2% tax

The high Court has today deprived the legal force of the SI 2018-205 that enforced a 2% tax on electronic transactions which was introduced by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube as part of the Transitional Stabilisation supposedly to run until 2020.

The 2 % tax was established in order to raise revenue for the Zimbabwean government on various development projects.

Mfundo Mlilo who was represented by lawyer and former Finance Minister Tendai Biti challenged the case, according to the news that was shared by Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights on their Twitter Handle just after the victory.

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