Dynamos sack official over chequebooks

Enock Muchinjo

DYNAMOS have sacked their acting secretary-general, Douglas Mukwaiwa, after he allegedly refused to hand over the club’s chequebooks and revenue records.



erdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif”>The Dynamos board of directors wrote to Mukwaiwa on November 11 asking him to hand over the documents to club treasurer Austin Chipfiko.

The documents contained details of net profits from Dynamos’ league matches against Caps United, Hwange and Black Rhinos, played last month.


Mukwaiwa did not provide the documents by the October 28 deadline set by the board, prompting the executives to write the dismissal letter, seen by this paper.


Mukwaiwa has since been replaced by the club’s committee member, Stan Kudenga.


The troubled Harare outfit’s executives have previously clashed over the handling of gate-takings, and last year Dynamos players performed a dramatic act when they seized cash from cashiers after they had gone without pay for two months.


Meanwhile, this week’s Buddie Premier Soccer League games could point the direction where the title is heading.


Both defending champions Caps United and Masvingo United, who have emerged rivals for the championship, have tough away fixtures to Lancashire Steel and Hwange respectively.


Leaders Caps saw their lead cut to just five points by second-placed Masvingo after their 0-2 defeat to Motor Action in Mutare last week.


Charles Mhlauri’s men need an outright win against a stubborn Lancashire side to recoup their form in pursuit of their second successive title.


Hwange, impregnable at their Colliery home ground, will test Masvingo’s aptitude to go all the way and snatch the title from Caps’ jaws.

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