South African Company, Blakey Investments, Sues Mugabe’s Alpha Omega Dairy, Over debt

President Robert Mugabe’s family business, Alpha Omega Dairy, has been taken to the High Court by a South African company, Blakey Investments, over a $38 000 debt for packaging materials supplied to the First Family’s dairy plant in Mazowe last year.

Early this month, Blakey filed its case at the High Court in Harare under case HC3813/16 seeking an order to compel Mugabe’s family business to pay the debt of $38 391,72.

However, Alpha Omega Dairy has since entered an appearance to defend notice, with a view of challenging the claim when the matter is heard in court.

In its declaration, Blakey Plastics said sometime on or around July 27 last year, it manufactured and supplied Alpha Omega Dairy with packaging items worth $2 500. Source: newsday

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