Caps United have finally recovered their team Bus after clearing their former employee Joyce Kapota’s dues on Wednesday.
The team Bus was attached last month by the Sheriff of the High Court after the 2016 Champions reneged on a payment settlement plan in the $10 000 debt owed to its former employee Ms Joyce Kapota.
The former club’s communication officer, Kapota, was awarded $10400 by the Labour Court in a non-payment of terminal benefits dispute following the unlawful termination of Kapota contract in February.
Speaking to SportBrief, Kapota confirmed that she finally received her dues after 40 days of the attachment ruling.
” Its true that I finally received my dues from Caps United today (Wednesday), 40 days after we attached their bus,” she confirmed.
Kapota was reported to have received $3 460 prior to the Sheriff’s gesture as part of the payment plan, which the club later on defaulted.
The latest development comes at a time when the team is set for a blockbuster match against current log leaders, FC Platinum at Mandava Stadium on Sunday.
The two teams have met 14 times so far in the professional league, Caps United dominate the statistics after winning five, drew 8 and lost only once to the current Champions.