Correspondent| The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) lifestyle exam that came into contact with massive fraud and tax abolition from Harare Socialite Genius "Ginimbi" Kadungure has extended to the next target: Walter Magaya of " The PHD Administrations.
Zimra has been trying clarity about rolling and high celebrities who pay for their lifestyle and whether they pay what they should be in taxes.
Zimra's officers visited Magaya's Prophet twice on Friday as they asked for answers on how the preacher released his wealth and what his tax returns were.
A lifestyle examination is "a study of an individual's living standards to see if it is consistent with your reported income".
Its purpose is to identify suggestions for inappropriate activity that has enabled the person to live beyond their ability.
A lifestyle of quite public, such as a house, a car, a taste of food and drinks, holidays or expensive women (or men) can be judged uneven that can not be explained on the basis of what is known from resources & person.
Zimra's lifestyle examination questionnaire, in which ZOOMZimbabwe is in possession, requires respondents to explain what businesses they have, to list the property they own, and how much tax they pay .
Yesterday Ms. Z Mazra's General Commissioner Ms. Maz Mazani told The Sunday Mail the tests of the Prophet Magaya said.
"This is a sensitive investigation and I can not comment for it at present. It's still an internal operation and so you can see a lot happening. I still have to see the reports so that I can I can give accurate information. For now, I can not confirm anything, "he said.
Magaya's prophecy was not Senior Supervisor of Mango Admire for attention.
Information on hand shows that Zimra has accused PHD properties and the Yadah Hotel in Waterfalls, with officers still hiding Profhet Magaya.
Zimra's lifestyle examinations last week saw a famous businessman Genius Kadungure arrested for the avoidance of alleged tax to a $ 22 million tone. Read the full story here.
He was remanded in custody until November 30, 2018 and his lawyer tries to bail in the High Court.
Zimra says that his lifestyle exam indicates that the assets acquired by Kadungure between 2009 and 2016 were much more than the income declared in that period.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared a war on corruption.
In the Financial Times article last week, the Presiding Officer said, "Effective and efficient revenue collection together with cuts and privatization will enable us to reduce the budget deficit.
"These measures are supported by anti-pollution driving that will save hundreds of millions of dollars to Zimbabwe.
"Investigations are underway and arrests are already being made, including ministers and senior executives. The age of zero tolerance is for pollution here."
Last week, the Chief Justice of Malaba reads the aggressive deed to a faulty form of magistrates' pollution, which has seen unjustly suspected relief on bail, thus eroding public confidence in the anti-craft campaign.