The President of the Republic of Mozambique has addressed the Nation to announce new stricter measures to be in place for a period of thirty (30) days starting from 5 February 2021.
With the increase in the number of cases of CV-19, the lack of capacity of the hospitals and the number of hospitalizations, the President of the Republic of Mozambique has addressed the Nation to announce new measures that will be in place over a period of twenty one (21) days starting from 15 January 2021 aimed at avoiding further propagation of the virus and protect the people from the serious health conjuncture under which the country is undergoing
The President of the Republic addressed the nation last Wednesday 30 September 2020 to provide the status of the evolution of the pandemic situation in-country.
The President of the Republic of Mozambique annouced yesterday 04th September 2020 new containment measures to be in place during the public calamity situation starting from 7 September for an undetermined period of time, until the risk of the pandemic ceases
The tax authorities have recently introduced the “e-Taxation system” aimed at allowing taxpayers to pay their taxes and submit their tax returns in a digital way.
President of the Republic of Mozambique has declared a new State of Emergency nation-wide – by means of Presidential Decree No. 23/2020, of 5 August 2020 (“Decree”) – starting from 8 August up to 6 September.
In order to mitigate the negative impact of the COVID19 pandemic in the Mozambican economy the Central Bank of Mozambique by means of Notice No. 6/GBM/2020, of 10 June has introduced some amendments to the Forex Regulations.
The National Council would like to inform the Jamat that, yesterday, May 28th, the President of the Republic of Mozambique announced the second extension of the State of Emergency, starting from 1 June to 30 June.
INSS PARDON OF FINES AND REDUCTION OF LATE PAYMENT INTERESTS (“JUROS DE MORA”) ARISING FROM DEBTS WITH INSS - THE NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY INSTITUTE.
In order to mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19 on businesses, the Government of Mozambique approved some tax and custom measures by means of Decree No. 23/2020, of 27 April.
Up until now, there was no specific Mozambique legislation on the COVID-19 outbreak. The government announced precautionary measures covering travel restrictions, suspending gatherings over 50 people, closure of schools and other preventative measures to reduce contamination.