One of Mzansi's musician who has been continuously trending on social media this year might have dodged a bullet this time of facing some jail time but it is not yet over for her as she is still in trouble for tax related issues.
Zahara with the real name Bulelwa Mkutukana is a South musician who hails from the Eastern Cape province. She is popoular known for giving Mzansi a hit song called Loliwe which came under an album. Musician, Zahara is currently known for being in a battle with Sibusiso Leope known as DJ Sbu. Zahara once came out accusing DJ Sbu together with all of those who were involved when working together for producing musiv for not paying her all the money that she deserves.
Bulelwa being Zahara last year found herself in trouble with the law and handed her self to the police for tax related issues. She recently paid a fine of R2000 for tax returns involving her company but it is not yet over. There are tax returns involving her personal income for the same year being 2017/2018 which she also did not submit at that time and she must appear in court for them also.
National Prosecuting Authority(NPA) Gauteng Spokesperson,Phindi Mjonondwane confirmed that she paid a fine of R2000 for her company and revealed that it is not yet over.
"Zahara was charged in her personal capacity as well as a representative of her company. The court accepted an admission of guilt fine because she had since submitted the returns to SARS for her company Zahara Army Projects (pty) Ltd", Phindi Mjonondwane said.
Bulelwa is expected to appear in court again towards the end of this month on the 22nd and this time, it would be for her personal income tax returns. Mzansi celebrities continue to find themselves in trouble with both the law and the South African Revenue Services especially for tax returns but after all, they are humans and allowed to make mistakes.
Euphonik is another celebrity besides Zahara to find himself in trouble in relation to tax returns. He was recently ordered to pay R11 million within 10 days otherwise civil action would be taken against him for tax returns.
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