- Makhadzi reportedly defaulted on her taxes and owes SARS over R6 million since her breakthrough in the music industry
- Documents indicate the singer's failure to file taxes for several years, with a focus on bookings and endorsements
- Makhadzi's close friend pointed fingers at her former management, including Open Mic and ex-manager Rita Dee
Makhadzi finds herself embroiled in controversy as allegations of tax default emerged. The MaGear singer allegedly has a debt of over R6 million owed to the South African Revenue Services (SARS).
Insider exposes tax defaults
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Blame placed on former management
According to a close friend, Makhadzi blamed her former management, Open Mic, and her ex-manager, Rita Dee. The friend said that both failed to assist Makhadzi in fulfilling her tax responsibilities, resulting in a significant backlog for the singer.
SA weighs in on Makhadzi's tax troubles
Fans are stunned that Makhadzi is another artist who's landed in trouble with the taxman.
See a few comments below:
"Yaqala inkathazo ke madoda."
"These artists should be educated on how to do their filling."
"Jiki jiki y'all be saying we must donate for her."
"SARS should just have a dedicated unit that deals with tax affairs for the arts, it's about time the government steps in as well."
"They never learn."
"Ayke did she not help dr Malinga because he had same problem?"
Makhadzi named most streamed SA female artist 2023
In another article, Briefly News reported that Makahdzi is untouchable. The singer recently rejoiced after Spotify released their stats for 2023, and boy, she smashed them.
Makhadzi has broken the record for being the most streamed South African female artist on Spotify in 2023. The Haka Motorokisi hitmaker was beaming when she shared her numbers.
Source: Briefly News