Temba Mliswa’s Property Attached Over US$3 Million Commercial Bank loan

Property worth thousands of dollars belonging to former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairman Temba Mliswa was yesterday attached by the deputy sheriff at his Spring Farm in a bid to recover nearly $3 million owed to a local commercial bank.

The deputy sheriff went to Mliswa’s Spring Farm in Karoi at around 8am yesterday.

A 48-hour moratorium is provided before the property is taken away and sold to recover the money owed.

The attached property includes farm equipment, household and guest house furniture and 180 head of cattle.

Mliswa is said to owe the Commercial Bank of Zimbabwe $2 745 092,72, which he allegedly failed to repay despite several letters of demand. Source: The Herald

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