Highlanders sued by NSSA for defaulting on $34 000 players' contributions
Premier Soccer League (PSL) club, Highlanders which is on the verge of collapsing, has been sued by the National Security Authority (NSSA) for defaulting on $34 551.85 in players’ contributions. NSSA sued the club at the Bulawayo High Court last week, and in its summons it says:
Plaintiff’s claim against defendant are for an order for a sum of $34 551,85 being the outstanding NSSA contributions as at the last date of inspection with interest at the rate of 5% per annum. As at last date of the inspection, the defendant has accrued arrears in the sum of $34 551,85.
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