Zifa allegedly renting Chiyangwa’s private business premises for $10 000 per month

The Zimbabwe FootballAssociation (Zifa) is reported to be using Zifa President Phillip Chiyangwa’s private business premises as its base where it is paying rentals of $10 000 per month. After his election as president in 2015, Chiyangwa allegedly forced Zifa to move away from Zifa headquarters in the Avenues after alleging that Number 53 Livingstone Avenue was cursed as it had been raided by creditors on a number of occasions.

Zifa is also alleged to be leasing office furniture from Hansporte Investment — a private company. The directors of Hansporte are Marshall Jonga and Beatrice Musavengana, who are all employed by Chiyangwa in his private businesses.

Chiyangwa did not comment on the issue.

More: The Standard

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One Comment on “Zifa allegedly renting Chiyangwa’s private business premises for $10 000 per month

  1. This is criminal and Fifa must step in. ZIFA needs to be disbanded and Chiyangwa must refund all the money that he has looted

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