Two properties owned by a company run by the wife of controversial businessman Radovan Krejcir have been interdicted. A deed search on properties linked to Krejcir reveal that an interdict was in place on a Bedfordview property the businessman’s family live in, as well as another house in Bloemfontein worth R4 million, The Star reported. Both houses are owned by Groep Twee Beleggings, a company whose sole director was Katerina Krejcirova – Krejcir’s wife. Papers on the interdict on the Bedfordview property at the deeds office in Johannesburg reveal the interdict was put in place by SA Revenue Service (Sars), and it was a caveat order. The house is worth R13 million. A property caveat is a legal restriction on the use or sale of real estate. Sars spokesperson Adrian Lackay would not comment on the matter. “Sars has consistently held the position that it does not and cannot comment publicly on the affairs of any taxpayer regardless of whether it is business, a trust or individual taxpayer.” Attempts to get a comment from Krejcirova proved fruitless, while Krejcir simply responded he “does not talk to media”.