Zifa left bare

HARARE - The Zimbabwe Football Association’s (Zifa) 53 Livingstone offices was yesterday left bare after  the Deputy Sherriff attached the association’s remaining property over a debt owed to former employee Nicky Dhlamini-Moyo.

Dhlamini, who was sacked in 2012, won a labour dispute against the association and was awarded an $88 000 pay-out in outstanding salaries and allowances.

Yesterday, the Deputy Sherriff furniture including the reception desk, Information Technology gadgets, among other items.   

When the Daily News visited the Zifa offices yesterday, some of the employees were still sitting outside the premises. Zifa CEO Jonathan Mashingaidze could not be located.

The Daily News crew was denied entry into the offices, although the developments were confirmed by a source.

“We were left with our own laptops, everything was removed,” said an employee.

Last month, the Deputy Sherriff attached Zifa properties ranging from Fifa Transfer Management System (TMS) software installed computer, printers, desks, telephone headsets and football kits.

The Deputy Sherriff also went on to attach a deep freezer, a tractor, water tanks, artificial turf, sleeping beds and conference chairs all items donated by Fifa.

Comments (2)

muchamama chete itai tione kuzifa uku anaDube , Sherriff now attach the buildings

moto - 14 November 2014

You were busy pumping money into Mujuru campaigning hoping for a cabinet post, now look at what you have done to ZIFA

MaMoyo - 14 November 2014

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