The MDC-T led by Nelson Chamisa is set to lose property over a $108 000 debt owed to one of its former employees, Sally Dura, who hasn’t been paid for 27 months. Dura is also owed damages for 36 months and other benefits.
According to a statement issued by LM Auctioneers, the party’s property which is going to be auctioned include, two sets of four piece lounge suites, two-seater leather couches, glass TV stand, wooden centre table, 36 chairs, two desktop computers, four filing cabinets, two office fans, Capri bar fridge, six office desks, three monitors and five printers.
Dura, together with 15 other MDC employees jointly won an arbitration award for $600 000 for unfair dismissal and the opposition party was ordered to reinstate the claimants with their full salaries in October 2016. MDC-T lost an appeal at the Labour Court. The applicants then applied for the quantification of the award.
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