Businessman Challenges Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube Over New Mobile Tax Tariff
A Harare businessman Arnold Mutsondi has dragged Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube to court seeking a reversal of the 2% tax imposed on mobile money transfers.
Mutsondo said the tax is unconstitutional as it did not give the required tax notice hence it should be scrapped within 14 days failure of which he will approach the Constitutional court.
Minister Ncube increased mobile money tax from 5 cents per transaction to 2 cents for every dollar transacted, a development which has sparked serious price increases for most basic goods and services.
Below is the challenge by Mutsondo:
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