Mmegi Online :: Chiefs factions seek out-of-court settlement
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Chiefs factions seek out-of-court settlement

LOBATSE: High court judge, Justice Tebogo Tau yesterday instructed warring Mochudi Centre Chiefs (MCC) factions to resolve their administration scuffles outside court.
By Tumelo Mouwane Tue 13 Dec 2016, 15:18 pm (GMT +2)
Mmegi Online :: Chiefs factions seek out-of-court settlement








Two Chiefs administration committees, a sporting club and a Trust are battling for control of the team.

Ramocha Tsieng, Kitso Mosweng, Daniel Mampane and Maribe Moje on behalf of Mochudi Centre Chiefs Sporting Club as applicants in the case, dragged Mochudi Centre Chiefs Trust consisting of Raymond Tsheko, Ernest Molome, Clifford Mogomotsi and Lebogang Seboni to court claiming to be the rightful committee credible to run the club.

Tau said both parties must go and resolve their differences outside court.

“You must go and resolve this matter out of court,” she briefly addressed the fully packed court. However, this did not come in as a form of court order that compels the factions to submit to the instruction but rather as an advice. Attorney Letlhogonolo Makgane had earlier briefed the court that the parties have decided to engage each other to try and sort their differences outside the court.

“Both parties have agreed to engage each other outside court to establish a settlement. The consultations are ongoing and we would hence request the court to set a further date to allow the engagements to proceed to a settlement,” he said. In response, attorney Onalethata Kambai confirmed the same to the court.

“Yes, it is true, parties are

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still engaging to resolve this issue out of court,” he said briefly.

The two camps took their office brawls to court after Mogomotsi’s side formed a trust. Among other issues alleged to be at the heart of Chiefs’ case are that Mogomotsi’s camp tenure to facilitate the running of the club has long elapsed since MCC constitution stipulates a period of 12 months term for a committee to run office.

Annual general meeting was allegedly also not held between 2013 and 2014, but it was only held in 2015 where Mogomotsi’s camp was reportedly elected out of office. The respondent’s later on formed a club trust, which is said to be in clash with the team’s constitution.

A source has revealed that the brawls within Magosi’s office are chasing potential sponsors away hence the two committees decided to come to a negotiating table. “Supporters had to step in for the love of the team.

We cannot let a few people throw our team into turmoil because of their unknown motives. We convened and encouraged these two factions to talk and resolve their issues outside the courts because running to courts costs us potential sponsors. This brings our football into disrepute,” the source said.

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