Malawi Revenue Authority resumes tax compliance enforcement exercise

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Kapoloma -the campaign is revealing how deep rooted the tendency of evading tax through receipts is in the country

BLANTYRE (MalawiTalk)- Revenue collectors, the Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) has resumed the tax compliance enforcement exercise.

The enforcement exercise was suspended because of the soaring covid-19 cases.

MRA officials say the situation has now improved hence the resumption of the exercise.

MRA is one of the public sector bodies that have felt the pinch of the pandemic, as it experienced a drop of tax revenue during that period.

The authority also stopped its physical tax compliance initiatives during the period.

This included enforcing compliance in usage of Electronic Fiscal Devices-EFDs by VAT registered retailers.

Kapoloma – the service will resume next week 

MRA’s Head of Corporate Affairs Mr Steve Kapoloma said that the said service will resume next week where the public is encouraged to collaborate with MRA.

There are now 12 Covid-19 patients at Bingu National Stadium isolation centre down from 200 during the peak while at Queens Elizabeth central hospital, there are just 14 covid-19 patients.

Five people died from Covid-19 yesterday down from 40 during the peak.

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