South African Revenues Services(SARS)declares war against Major League DJs for unpaid tax bills.
The taxman is against the Major League for running away from their taxes responsibilities.South African Revenues Services(SARS) has obtained default judgments against the DJs at Joburg high court this week as a first move towards attaching their asserts to recover to pay back the money.
The two twin brothers named Bandile and Banele Mbere.The twin brothers got a beautiful talents,and got even famous after throwing a festival concept called Major League DJz Garden at FNB stadium,has been slapdashed with just under R9 million.
According to the court papers,The twin brothers owed SARS over R1.3 M unpaid company income tax over R800 000 in additional.The amount launched higher than normal to R3.1 M
after R900 000 interest was added.The quantum increased to be R4.8 M and R56 000 was added.The total cost of Bandile and Banele owing is R9 000 000 in total.They are warned that if they ignore the SARS requirements they will end-up with nothing and they will lose all of their assert.
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