The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
High-flying music promoter Prosper Mkwaiwa has a searing fear that one or more of his jilted lovers could be out to get him after a series of misfortunes dogged him this year.
"One or more people are behind this. I have a couple of suspects in mind and some of my former lovers top the list."
Mkwaiwa, who recently broke up with Afro pop singer Kelly Khumalo after his sensational divorce to Madam & Eve actress, Tina Jaxa, says he now needs divine intervention.
He poured his heart out yesterday when Sowetan interviewed him about his latest battle with the taxman.
A source had told us: "Prosper was dragged to court in Mpumalanga last week over outstanding tax money."
Mkwaiwa's tax woes came to light just as Sunday World reported yesterday that his Mpumalanga home was broken into, the second such incident this year.
But he is confident that his tax worries could be resolved.
"The obvious reaction would be to go to church or make amends with ancestors as it could get worse."
During his first burglary, thugs stole a plasma TV screen. But this time they cleaned him out - stealing valuables worth about R250000, Sunday World reported.
Earlier this year he said he was assaulted by a female Nedbank manager and two security officers.
Then Jaxa took him to court for failing to pay R45000 in legal costs from their divorce, to which he has agreed.
The Cape high court has also issued instructions for his arrest for allegedly failing to pay maintenance for the two children he fathered with Jaxa.