Bonang Matheba's tax fraud case is now something of the past. The Mzansi starlet paid an admission of guilt fee of R30 000, and the case was struck off the roll at the Joburg Specialised Commercial Crimes Court.
After paying an admission of guilt fee of R30 000, South Africa's Queen B can now put her tax fraud case behind her.
Bonang Matheba paid a fee of R8 000 for company taxes and R22 000 for personal taxes not filed.
The Johannesburg Specialised Commercial Crimes Court has struck Bonang's case off the roll, ending the case.
TimesLIVE reports the court decided to strike the case on Tuesday morning, 27 November.
Bonang was originally charged for not paying her personal tax between 2008 and 2017, as well as not paying company tax between 2014 and 2017.
The celeb was confident that she'd be alright, as reported on by Briefly.co.za. She looked calm and happy as she left the Johannesburg Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on 14 November.
According to Davin Phillips, her manager, Bonang is happy with how things played out.
She is feeling good and is happy that the matter has been resolved and we can move forward. There seems to have been a miscommunication and things have been compiled and now we can move forward.
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