Former Dynamos President Kenny Mubaiwa Takes Club To High Court Over $247 000

Former president of Dynamos Football Club, Kenny Mubaiwa’s company KM Auctions (Pvt) Ltd, has taken the Harare club to the High Court. Mubaiwa wants Dynamos to pay his company $247 503 alleging that the club has failed to settle a debt for services rendered by his company. Part of the court papers read,

The defendant (Dynamos) was lent monies and supplied with vehicles and rendered services by the plaintiff (KM Auctions) and its subsidiary companies. The total amount owed to the plaintiff was in the sum of $255 503, the defendant managed to pay $8 000 and the balance that now remains is $247 503…The defendant signed an acknowledgement of debt dated June 7, 2018. On that basis, the defendant admits liability to the plaintiff…Despite demand, and the fact that the amount is now due and owing, the defendant is refusing, failing or neglecting to pay the said amount.

Dynamos is yet to respond.


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Kenny Mubaiwa Quits Dynamos, Cites Interference From Board


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