Finance Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube on 7 May 2021, commissioned 20 Land cruiser vehicles for the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) at a ceremony held in Harare. The vehicles are expected to go a long way in aiding ZIMRA's operations that include curbing smuggling at ports of entry that sometimes have rugged terrains.

“I believe the vehicles that I am commissioning, will assist the Authority in operations as the economy transitions towards sustained economic growth and towards achievement of vision 2030 goals,” said professor Ncube.

Professor Ncube also lauded ZIMRA’s policies in minimising revenue leakages that include ensuring that registered Value Added Tax (VAT) operators are fully fiscalised with fiscalisation gadgets and correctly interfaced with the ZIMRA server, strict enforcement of the electronic cargo tracking system with the view to combat transit fraud, automation of ZIMRA operations in an effort to reduce personal interactions with taxpayers. The minister hinted that the system will continue to reduce opportunities for ransacking behaviour as well as enhancing efficiency in tax administration.

Speaking at the same ceremony, ZIMRA Acting Commissioner General, Mr Rameck Masaire expressed his gratitude to the Minister of Finance for the gesture of increasing fleet and stressed that such support will allow the Authority to generate the much needed revenue.