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Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) president and businessman, Phillip Chiyangwa, whose property is set to go under the hammer over a $4 million debt owed to the now-defunct Interfin Bank has filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court, seeking to stop the sheriff from selling his property, pending an application for rescission of judgment.
In his application filed on Monday, Chiyangwa urged the court to consider his matter as urgent, adding the sheriff had already attached his property and was on the verge of disposing it following a writ obtained by Interfin Bank.