Big trouble for Major League Dj’s Who Allegedly Owe SARS R9 million

Big trouble for Major League Dj’s Who Allegedly Owe SARS R9 million


SARS is following in the footsteps of Major League DJs to raise millions of taxpayers

The South African Revenue Services (SARS) received unequivocal decisions from Major League artists in the Joburg High Court last week as a first step in consolidating their assets to repay the money to settle their tax debts.

Popular house music lovers, including twins Bandile and Banele More, have been slapped for less than R9 million.

According to Sunday World, Major League DJz owes SARS more than R1.3-million in unpaid corporate taxes and more than R800 000 in additional taxes.

This amount has increased to R3.1-million after interest on R900 000 in interest.

Artists also owed SARS more than R2.2-million in additional taxes and R1.3 million in additional taxes. The value increased to more than R4.8-million with interest rates added by more than R1.1-million and R56 000.

The Major League also owed SARS more than R279 000 in unpaid taxes – as it earns but the amount increased to more than R740 000 while taxing R290 000 and fines of R56 000.

They also owed SARS R373 000 in unpaid unemployment insurance and R680 000 in skills development tax.

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