ZIMRA Suspends Services At Kurima House Due To Plumbing Issues


The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has announced that it has suspended operations at the ZIMRA Kurima House in Harare on May 16, 2023 due to plumbing issues that have resulted in leaks.

ZIMRA is working to restore normalcy by May 17, 2023 and regrets any inconvenience this may cause to its customers, stakeholders and the public. In a statement from Pindula News, ZIMRA said:


The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) would like to inform its valued customers, stakeholders and the public that today, May 16, 2023, it has suspended services at the ZIMRA Kurima House in Harare.

This was necessary due to problems with the plumbing which resulted in leaks in the building. The agency is working around the clock to restore normality by May 17, 2023. We sincerely regret the inconvenience caused.

In the meantime, customers are invited to contact ZIMRA using the following contact details:



+263 78 272 9862


0242 758891/5; 790813; 790814; 781345; 751624; 752731

e-TIP http://ecustoms.zimra.co.zw/etip

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) is a government agency responsible for administering and collecting taxes, duties and other revenue streams in Zimbabwe.

ZIMRA was formed in 2001 through the merger of the Department of Taxes and the Department of Customs and Excise. The agency is responsible for enforcing tax laws, facilitating trade and promoting tax compliance. ZIMRA operates at various ports of entry and exit, including airports, seaports and border posts.

The Agency also offers taxpayer training and information programs to educate the public about tax policies and regulations. ZIMRA plays a crucial role in Zimbabwe’s economy and contributes a significant portion of the country’s revenue.