The Mphokos’ Conduct Is Unethical, Unprofessional And Malicious – Welshman Ncube

Professor Welshman Ncube has responded to the former Vice President and his son’s lawsuit and called their conduct unethical unprofessional and malicious, Sunday News reports.

Through his legal team, Webb, Low and Barry Attorneys the Professor responded to Phelekhezela and Siqokoqela Mphoko’s lawsuit which demands that he pays them US $1.5 million for allegedly squandering part of the $2.9 million they got as their exit package from Choppies said:


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…the above conduct is unethical, unprofessional and calculated to cause irreparable damage to the good name of and reputation of our client. We therefore highlight the lack of professional courtesy and ethics in the manner and circumstances in which you caused the summons to be issued. 

On Monday, 9th December 2019, your office went to the High Court registry and had, as per practice, one copy of the summons date stamped and given a case number to enable you to go to the payment office to render payment for issuance of the summons. 

You did not proceed to make any payment, nor did you return to the registry to produce proof of payment but left the High Court without any process having been issued and circulated to the media copies of the single copy of summons which have the date stamp of the registry and allocated case number.

More; Sunday News

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One Comment on “The Mphokos’ Conduct Is Unethical, Unprofessional And Malicious – Welshman Ncube

  1. There is a valid cause of action there. Improper handling of summons will not dampen the claims. The learned Professor wants to defeat the matter on technicalities. That won’t stop the claim

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