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    Hwarare threatens to go to court over farmers’ congress


    CHIREDZI – Former chairman of the Commercial Sugarcane Farmers' Association of Zimbabwe (CSFAZ) Admore Hwarare has threatened to go to court if he is not cleared to contest at the organisation's congress that will take place on October 28 2017.
    Hwarare has been disqualified from contesting because he has not been paying his levies for the past three years. It is also understood that he was accused of funding the National People's Party activities.
    Hwarare however, told The Mirror this week that he has since paid more than $1 000 to clear his dues to the Association and will take the organisation to court if any more spanners are thrown in his way as he bids to fight for the chairman's post.
    CFAZ chairman Tawanda Mafurusu confirmed the standoff with Hwarare and told The Mirror in a statement that he is in receipt of a letter from Hwarare in which the latter was asking for an opportunity to pay up his levies.
    "His case is being handled by our administration and very soon we will have an answer to the issue. It is a process which should be undertaken and it will be solved," said Mafurutu.
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