Johannesburg – It finished in tears for Zahara as she is confronting jailtime after a warrant of capture has been given against her on Friday.
The warrant was given by the Johannesburg Commercial Crimes Court sitting in Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court after Zahara neglected to pitch at the court to reply to a charge of neglecting to present her own government forms.
This multi grant winning artist was charged by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) early this year for contradicting South African assessment laws for neglecting to present her own expense forms for 2017 and 2018 toward the South African Revenue Service (Sars).
Last month, we announced here in Mzansi Celebrity News that she showed up in a similar court last month and the matter was delayed to Friday last week where she should argue to the charge and conceivably start the preliminary.
Be that as it may, Zahara neglected to show up for clearly no conceivable explanation and subsequently, a warrant for her capture was promptly given. However, its execution was remained until Wednesday, October 27.
NPA South Gauteng representative Phindi Mjonondwane affirmed that a warrant of capture had been given against Zahara
"We can affirm that a warrant of capture has been given for Bulelwa "Zahara" Mtukukana for her inability to show up in the Johannesburg Commercial Crimes Court sitting in Palm Ridge on her charge of neglecting to present her own government forms. However, it was held over until Wednesday October 27," she said.
The warrant of capture was given a month after the songstress recorded her subsequent criminal record in the wake of paying a confirmation of culpability fine of R2 000 for neglecting to present her organization Zahara Army's personal assessment forms in the wake of conceding to the charges.
She paid the fine when she showed up in a similar court after the NPA charged her in her ability as the head of her organization, Zahara Army Projects (Pty) Ltd, for neglecting to submit organization government forms for 2017 and 2018 to Sars.
Subsequent to paying the fine, the case was taken out from the court roll.
Zahara recorded her first criminal record when she paid a R1 500 responsibility fine for neglecting to show up in a similar court for a similar case in June.
This after the court gave her a choice to pay the quantum or go through 90 days in prison subsequent to seeing her as blameworthy of hatred of court.
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