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Phakaaathi Reporter
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9 Jul 2018
4:30 pm

Ex-Bafana star named offender for failing to submit tax returns

Phakaaathi Reporter

The SA Revenue Service (Sars) has confirmed that former Bafana Bafana regular Teko Modise is among the 10 taxpayers accused of failing to submit their outstanding tax returns.

Teko Modise is not going back to Orlando Pirates. (Picture: BackpagePix)

Sars issued a statement on Monday with the names of offenders in terms of section 74 of the Tax Administration Act, and the Cape Town City star is among the 10 offenders who were fined and now have criminal records.

Modise and the other taxpayers were fined between R2 000 and R20 000, and admission of guilt fines were handed down by courts.

“Modise was among those listed for failing to submit returns for his personal income,” Sars spokesperson Janine Mqulwana told Fin24.

Modise’s football career has been dogged by financial issues.

In 2015, Modise lost his Johannesburg home after he failed to keep up with his bond repayments for several months, while in 2017 it was reported the former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns star blew R22 000 a month in car repayments on his R2 million Aston Martin DB9.