Zifa tractor to be sold

HARARE - A tractor belonging to the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) is set to be sold at a public auction today to offset ex-employee Nicky Dhlamini-Moyo’s det.

The tractor will go under the hammer at Revelations Auctioneers, who are located in Willowvale, at 10 am today.

According to a newspaper notice highest bidders will be called for the Foton 404 Tractor that was attached by the Sheriff of the High Court from the Mt Hampden-based Zifa village.

Already this year, Zifa, who are currently battling to settle a ballooning $6 million debt, have lost property that includes beds, tables, computers, jerseys, cabinets and printers t court bailiffs.

The newly laid artificial turf at the Zifa Village was also sold to a local private school last month as means to settle Dhlamini-Moyo’s debt.

Former Media manager Dhlamini-Moyo was sacked under unclear circumstances back in 2012 on allegations of leaking confidential information to the press, with the association also linking her to former chief executive Henrietta Rushwaya — accused by Zifa as the mastermind of the country’s widely-publicised Asiagate match-fixing scam.

After approaching the Labour Court, Dhlamini-Moyo was awarded a settlement of $10 000 but Zifa ignored the order.

Due to inflation, interests rates and legal fees, the amount due to the former Zifa employee has now risen to over $100 000.

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