The Income Tax Act [Chapter 23:06] provides that any amount received by a taxpayer in respect of services rendered or to be rendered shall be included in a taxpayer’s gross income, provided that the source of income is Zimbabwe.
Our employment lawyers in Zimbabwe advise clients in on employment legislation, helping them meet their workforce objectives.
We partner with our clients, wherever they do business, to find solutions and manage risk in relation to their employment, incentives and pensions legal challenges and objectives.
We work with our clients locally, internationally and across borders. Our global reach and local knowledge means that we can partner with clients to drive consistency, deliver cost savings and help them identify and manage their priorities and risk across multiple locations.
Experience has included advising:
- An India-based global technology consulting and digital solutions company with operations in over 30 countries on a service level agreement with a local technology company covering various employment related issues on deputizing employees, transfer of employees etc.
- An American multinational information technology company with operations in over 170 countries on outsourcing of local employees as part of an in-scope outsourcing transaction.
- Puma Energy, an integrated global energy company, in its disengagement with a senior executive.
- The CEO of a global British multinational investment bank and financial services company, in his disengagement with the bank following a restructuring exercise.