“You Can’t Do Something Good In Zim”, Mushekwi ‘Regrets’ Buying Bus For Caps United

Former Caps United forward Nyasha Mushekwi was left extremely disappointed following the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority’s (ZIMRA) decision to sequestrate the bus he bought for his former club pending review of duty.

Mushekwi, who is currently in South Africa where he is preparing for the upcoming Chinese football season, believes that buying the bus was perhaps a mistake. He said:

What I can say is that the news is very disappointing, especially after you have done everything to try and help sport in your country, and – for me – it’s like saying in Zimbabwe one can’t do something good and it gets celebrated because this is our country and we are the ones who can make a difference.

It makes you think twice, when such things happen, and you end up asking yourself if this was worth it, at all, or I could have taken whatever money I invested into the project and use it for my personal needs where I would not have to go through all these problems.

Mushekwi revealed during the handover ceremony of the bus to Caps United that he had tried to get a waiver on duty for the bus but was asked to pay.

He was not present at the event but his sister, Nyari, read a speech on his behalf.

More: The Herald


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5 comments on ““You Can’t Do Something Good In Zim”, Mushekwi ‘Regrets’ Buying Bus For Caps United

  1. You do not offer help with conditions, Nyasha. Zimra is not Caps Utd and vice versa.
    You do ask for a waiver on duty on an item you have already bought, that’s being bossy. You seem to be saying by assisting “poor” people, they must return the favour. Understand that Caps United is a business and as such, they are obligated to meet their financial obligations.
    Had it been a donation of food and blankets to Idai victims, YES you can ask for a waiver of duty.
    Your complaint is frivolous. I, the Principal, do hereby dismiss it with costs kkkkkkk.

  2. foolish principal when someone do something to help sport in the country zimra has to give a waiver foolish principal trying to be a lawyer go back to school educated fool firstly tell mnangagwa and all zanupf bosses to pay revenue for the money stolen and hidden in foreign banks ask the chinese and army who are mining in zim to pay duty tell the stupit zim war vets to pay for the farms they stole using the masses to kill white people also pay the money you have stolen from zimra trough corruption zimra is an organisation of thieves

  3. Nyasha shame I just thought for a while why you did this that would come to haunt you and have sleepless nights This bus you should have just bought it for your family to use it as a family project assisting funeral polours who dont have buses for hire this would not have pained you even after paying duty so the bus should have been written MUSHEKWI FUNERAL HIRE I quote

  4. I think Mushekwi’s comments hurt CAPS and the sporting fraternity more than Zimra! Even if one makes a donation, this has to be an accordance to the laws of the land. CAPS is not an NGO, by the way!

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