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Ginimbi ordered to pay $58kmore for his new Bently Continental GT

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Genius Ginimbi Kadungure

Ginimbi ordered to pay $58kmore for his new Bently Continental GT. The Businessman had imported a top of the Range Bently Continental GT and had paid USD 82450 in Duty. Socialite Genius Kadungure or Ginimbi as he is affectionately known has been ordered by High Court Judge Webster Chinhamora to pay an additional USD $58k in Customs Duty.

However, upon reconciliation by the taxman, it was discovered that Kadungure had undervalued the vehicle leading to an adjustment. The Ruling was made on Friday last week and Ginimbi’s lawyer Mr Brighton Pabwe confirmed the development.

“Zimra did its reconciliations and my client Kadungure was ordered to top up duty by US$58 469.09 Initially he had paid US$82 450. “The car remains an on embargo at his house until duty is paid before or by 24 January,” he said.

The Judgment follows an appeal by Ginimbi last week seeking an order to prohibit ZIMRA from confiscating his vehicle. Earlier last week, The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority accompanied by ZRP Officers had visited his Domboshava Home to impound his Bently. The Bentley in question, according to court papers is valued at R1, 9 million or USD131 000.

Source – iHarare

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