Shauwn Mkhize Reportedly in Hot Water With SARS Over R37M Debt, Stands to Lose Luxury Vehicles

Shauwn Mkhize Reportedly in Hot Water With SARS Over R37M Debt, Stands to Lose Luxury Vehicles

  • Shauwn Mkhize has allegedly found herself in hot water with the tax man and stands to lose a lot
  • The businesswoman is said to owe SARS millions in unpaid taxes and may potentially have her luxury vehicles taken
  • Mzansi was ignited over MaMkhize's drama with the tax man, where some claimed she was innocent while others made fun of her situation

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Shauwn Mkhize reportedly owes millions to SARS
SARS is allegedly on Shauwn Mkhize's tail over a multi-million-rand debt. Images: kwa_mammkhize
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Shauwn "MaMkhize" Mkhize can't keep herself out of trouble, and her financial woes keep piling up. After ridiculing her business dealings online, the socialite faces a huge debt with SARS.

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This after the Royal AM boss was exposed on Carte Blanche for her alleged shady business dealings and having her name and "personal persona" dragged through the mud.

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SARS won't let her off easily after it was revealed that she owed over R37 million in unpaid taxes.

According to City Press, the tax man petitioned the Pietermaritzburg High Court to seize 13 luxury vehicles owned by Shandi Trust and Royal AM, companies in which Mkhize is the major shareholder.

Not only that, but Goal reports that Msunduzi Municipality council previously stripped Maritzburg United of funding to provide Royal AM with R27 million in financial aid.

Mkhize also got in trouble after her club prematurely dismissed players without pay - bathong bathong!

Mzansi reacts to Shauwn Mkhize's reports

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Netizens claim MaMkhize was being framed and may be innocent:

hopehuma was suspicious:

"I'm not even defending her. Why does this sound like SARS is making figures up?"

Aria4991 said:

"SARS has been hating on this woman for years, and they always come back empty-handed."

Ms_Logical was shocked:

"Haibo, here I thought she was debt-free."

Meanwhile, some netizens are thrilled and will be there when MaMkhize gets a rude awakening:

nakana_arnold said:

"That team will have a 'FOR SALE' tag soon."

BBK29_ trolled Royal AM fan, Mama Joy:

"Will that fake fan help her pay the tax, or will she just say 'Good luck, Mama'?"

Ma_Andi1050 posted:

"MaMkhize is like Kelly Khumalo; she will get away with this like always."

Ntsiki Mazwai trolls Shauwn Mkhize

In an earlier report, Briefly News shared Ntsiki Mazwai's reaction to Shauwn Mkhize's trending interview on Carte Blanche.

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The controversial podcaster trolled MaMkhize for taking on the interview only to incriminate herself further.

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