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Bamuza Sono owes City of Joburg R500 000

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 Bamuza Sono is being taken to court. He owes the municipality R489 945 in bills and lawyers’ fees. Picture: Gallo Images
Bamuza Sono is being taken to court. He owes the municipality R489 945 in bills and lawyers’ fees. Picture: Gallo Images

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The retired Jomo Cosmos midfielder, who is the son of legendary footballer and club owner Jomo Sono, has less than 10 days to try to save his property in court.

The municipality is threatening to have the house attached and sold should Bamuza fail to pay the arrears of more than R480 000 or defend the case in court.

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