Zimra to conduct rummage sale

HARARE - Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is set to conduct a rummage sale auction of forfeited and uncleared motor vehicles and goods at Forbes Border Post, Mt Selinda and Mutare Customs House next Wednesday.

This comes a few months after the authority’s Commissioner-General, Faith Mazani, instructed auctioneers to hold rummage sales for uncleared goods currently stationed at Zimra’s container depots at entry points around the country between this year and 2020.

The auction, which is to be held on September 26 at 1000hours, will be coordinated by Empire Auctions at the stated locations.

Vehicles and goods auctioned are to be viewed a day earlier on September 25, and they include cars, electricals, clothing, hardware, footwear and other assorted groceries which had been kept at Zimra’s warehouse for between 90 days and six months.

Zimra advised that interested candidates should make a refundable $2 000 deposit for vehicles and $500 for goods to obtain a buyer’s card, and entry is strictly to catalogue holders at $20 per head.

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