Wednesday 13 April 2022


NINE City of Harare vehicles were attached on Thursday by the Messenger of Court over a debt.

Tech Techhub Technologies (Pvt) Ltd, through its legal practitioners, JulaJulah Law Chambers, claims City of Harare failed to pay the sum of $14 670 250 worth of goods supplied sometime in June last year.

The vehicles include two UD trucks, a Toyota Landcruiser, two Mercedes Benz cars, an Isuzu and three NP200 models.

“Plaintiff on the 7th of June 2021 supplied the defendant with 35 350 pvc long gloves under a City of Harare Stock Purchase Order number 018661 at Hardware Store, No. 2 Coventry Road, Harare, at the defendant’s instance and request.

“The total cost of goods supplied to the defendant was $14 670 250 which, according to the agreement between the parties, was supposed to be paid upon delivery,” read part of the summons which accompanied the attachment order. H Metro


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