Players drag Orapa United to labour

Court bound: the side appear before Labour
Court bound: the side appear before Labour

Be MOBILE Premier League outfit, Orapa United will face off against four former players at the Department of Labour over unpaid dues. The players lodged a case after the club terminated their contracts last month without notice.

They are battling to get their outstanding signing on fees from the club. The Labour Department will hear the case of Kagiso Tutuwe next Thursday while that of Shabane Nonde is scheduled for January 20. 

Tutuwe claims he is owed P20,000, while Nonde is demanding P10,000.

Editor's Comment
Respect public institutions Mr Pres

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