The Namibia Revenue Agency Act, Act 12 of 2017 was gazette on 12 December 2017.
The Namibia Revenue Agency Act provides for the establishment of the Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) and the powers, functions and management of NamRA.
NamRA is established as a legal person and may inter alia sue and be sued, enter into agreements, hold property and appoint staff. NamRA is established as an agent of the State for the assessment of tax and collection of State revenue under the supervision and direction of the Minister of Finance.
The Ministry of Finance has merged the Department of Inland and Revenue and the Directorate of Customs & Excise into a semi-autonomous Revenue Agency – the Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA).
As per the Namibia Revenue Agency Act 12 of 2017, NamRA holds the following powers and functions:
To be a World-Class Revenue Agency, Serving with Passion to Positively Impact the Livelihoods of Every Namibian.
We administer and enforce the Tax and Customs laws of Namibia with consistency, fairness, efficiency and effectiveness with a focus on the needs of each taxpayer and trader.
We are guided by a common set of values or principles that underpin our culture and all our actions. Our values are:
We have set ourselves, high ethical standards in the execution of our duties and strive to do what is right in all circumstances.
We treat everyone in the same situation equally.
We recognise and appreciate differences in ethnicity, background, age, skills, perspectives, and education. We believe that a diverse workforce is one of our biggest assets.
We continuously identify and develop solutions to address inefficiencies in our processes, systems, and operations.
We believe in the concept of continuous improvement, embracing change, leveraging on Information Communication Technology (ICT), and always ready to respond to the demand of digital transformation.
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