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In spite of the major changes taking place for them, both of these countries are said to have been owed a whooping 9 million rands by the South African Reserve Bank (SARS), and that is because they are not filling up their duties.
SARS has received default judgments in Joburg High Court against the DJ's, according to an article published by Sunday World.
.."There was only 9 million tax bills in the popular House pair, which included twin brothers Bandile and Banele Mbere....
The DJs owed SARS over R 1,3 million unpaid corporate income tax in documents which Sunday World saw. The twins have also owed SARS over R2.2 million in value added tax and 1.3 million additional taxes. "After an increase in R900 thousand interest rates, it was increased to R3.1 million." "My major league also owed SARS R279,000 in total in unpaid wages when earning a tax, but that amounted to more than R740,000...they owed SARS R373,000 in total in the unpaid unemployment insurances fund and 680,000 in the total for development levy" "This is an increase of more than 4.8 million.
The DJs have an MTV Base reality show, showing what they do every day.
"MTV Base" Monde Twala, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of ViacomCBS Africa Networks, told IOL.
It is African Music Stars's home to youth culture and we are excited to demonstrate the journey of iconic sounds of the Major League DJz...
This exclusive look behind the scenes is a favorite for our audience because they share the incredible lives of the duos."
"While confirming MTV Base's commitments for the empowerment of local talent on the continent's first youth, the show will inspire and entertain viewers." "
Controversial In the 8-part series produced by MTV Base and Soul Candi Studios MTV star Uncle Vinny is also presenting.
The doubles published their highly anticipated EP, Whats the Levol.
The EP was released with a music video to Dinaledi, the Botswana-born singer Mpho Sebina. The 31-piece Pianochella album is taken off by Dinaledi. A new level of creativity und visual excellence reflects Khaya Bhengu's music video. The video
Amapiano received respect from the duo, saying that the genre is growing fast, so that big brands are supported by money.
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