Pasuwa takes Dynamos to court over $22,000 Demanding his dues … Former Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa (left)

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FORMER Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa has taken the club to court demanding about $22,000 in outstanding salary and bonus payments.
The case is due to be heard at the Labour Court in Harare early next month.
The development comes after the club failed to meet a January 16 deadline to pay up issued by Pasuwa’s lawyers Coglan, Welsh and Guest.
Said the attorneys in the letter to Dynamos: “We represent your former coach Callisto Pasuwa and kindly note our interest.
“Our client informs us that he was engaged by Dynamos Football Club as a head coach from 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2014.
“During this period, various monetary contractual obligations were not honoured by your club as shown by annexure B hereto attached, which was compiled by a Mr. Chikomo from your accounts office.
“We are instructed to demand, as we hereby do, the payment of US$18 954 being the capital due, interest of US$1 895.40 at 5% per annum and our collection commission of US$1 098.85 as prescribed by the Law Society of Zimbabwe by-laws. Total due is US$21 948.25.
“If we do not receive payment on or before 16 January 2015, we will be left with no option except to litigate and legal costs may be to your account.”

Pasuwa needs to return the club’s assets … Kenny Mubaiwa (left)