The ZIFA President Cuthbert “Cashbert” Dube’s Luxury Cars attached Over $250,000 ZIFA Debt



The ZIFA board president Cuthbert Dube’s property at his Mt Pleasant home has been attached by the sheriff.


The property has been attached over a US$280 000 debt that the football mother body ZIFA owes to Pandhari Lodge.
The property includes four vehicles and household furniture.
The vehicles, one land cruiser, a land rover discovery, a Mercedes Benz ML and a Mercedes Benz S600 as well as furniture at Number 7 Crigthon in Mt Pleasant, which is Dube’s residence, were attached over a debt valued at US$281 985.
The money that includes interests and the sheriff’s fees is owed to Pandhari Lodge and was accrued between February and September 2013.
The sheriff McDough Madhega stormed Dube’s home in Mount Pleasant but did not remove the property after the lawyers successfully negotiated for time to settle the debt.
When the ZBC News crew arrived, Dube was negotiating with the sheriff inside his residence.
The sheriff’s vehicles which had initially blocked the entrance to the house were now parked nearby.
ZIFA Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Mashingaidze also arrived at Dube’s house and went inside probably to join in the talks.
The sheriff eventually emerged after an hour but could not shed any light on the matter referring the media to the Judiciary Services Department.
Minutes later Mashingaidze’s vehicle emerged and attempts to get an interview with the ZIFA CEO were fruitless.
Dube promised to issue a statement later.

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