Absa Premiership

Chippa lose court case to Sikhakhane

2016-02-16 15:25
Roger Sikhakhane (Supplied)

Cape Town - Chippa United has been ordered by the Labour Court to pay their former coach Roger Sikhakhane six months salary following the termination of his contract.

According to KickOff, Sikhakhane is being accused of showing up at the Nelson Mandela Commemoration smelling of Alcohol and has been on special leave since December 17.

“The court has granted an order which states that Chippa United have to pay Roger six months’ salary as settlement,” Abbie Rasimphi of Liberate Resources Sports Management confirmed.

“The club will also pay him his outstanding bonuses and the all the legal costs for the matter.

"They have also been ordered to issue a public apology for all that they went public about in their damaging accusations because they could not prove it in court.

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