|Employer||Zimbabwe Revenue Authority|
|Known for||Being Zimra Commissioner General|
Faith Mazani is the Commissioner General of Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA). She was appointed in January 2018 and succeded Gershem Pasi. 
Mazani holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies from the University of Zimbabwe and a Masters degree in Economic, Public Policy and Taxation from the National University of Japan.
Mazani started with the then Zimbabwe Department of Taxes in 1983. She served at different levels in tax administration, and for seven years as one of the Revenue Commissioners of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) from its inception in September 2001. In that position, she administered both taxes and customs, led the VAT implementation team in 2004 and coordinated World Customs Organization programs for ZIMRA. She left ZIMRA in 2007 And worked briefly for Deloitte and Touche. She later joined the South African Revenue Authority (SRA) and worked for three years as Senior Manager for the South African Revenue Service (SARS) in Taxpayer Service (TPS) from November 2007. 
She left to join the Swaziland Revenue Authority in November 2010 as Commissioner VAT/Sales Tax and assisted with the setting up of the Authority operations in January 2011. She implemented VAT for Swaziland on 1 April 2012, led the Reform and Modernization function and was Commissioner Domestic Taxes before she left in December 2013 to join the Fund. She rejoined Zimra from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Regional Technical Assistance Centre (RTAC) where she served as a Tax Administration in 2014. In January 2018 she was appointed Commissioner General of Zimra.
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