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Sars has gunned for Renowned actor and Clientele Life presenter Desmond Dube. Photo: Getty Images
Sars has gunned for Renowned actor and Clientele Life presenter Desmond Dube. Photo: Getty Images

Renowned actor and Clientele Life presenter Desmond Dube could face a warrant of execution to sell his assets should he fail to comply with a final letter of demand issued to him by the SA Revenue Service (Sars) for him to settle over R1.4 million in unpaid taxes.

City Press has seen the letter addressed to Dube last week, stipulating that he has an outstanding tax debt amounting to R1 432 675.61 and the revenue collector affords the renowned actor 10 business days to utilise its remedies to settle the debt.

The letter read:

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