Highlands Park co-director, Sinky Mnisi has commented on the latest turn of events in the sale of the club's top-flight status to TS Galaxy owner Tim Sukazi.
The Siya crew reported on Monday evening that the Highlands sale to Sukazi hit a snag, after the crew was privy to a letter from the league, addressed to Brad Kaftel and Mnisi.
The correpondence from the league's executive committee, through lawyer Michael Murphy, points out that the “transfer of the business does not meet the requirements of section 112 of the Companies Act.”
Mnisi stated he was not in agreement with the shareholders and the rest of the board with regards to the sale of the club and by doing so without his consent, they would infringe the requirements of the act.
Mnisi, who previously indicated that he would be taking the legal route in opposing the sale of the club, of which he owns a 20% share, was vindicated in his stance.
Although not revealing much, he told the Siya crew that he knew what he was doing from the first moment he heard about the sale.
“I don’t have any comment. I said my story the last time... that I know what I’m doing in football, I know the rules and I know everything, of course,” Mnisi told the crew.
Now, it is understood that the sale is dependent on a meeting set to take place between Mnisi and his fellow shareholders, Kaftel and Larry Brookstone in the coming days, where they will look to come to an amicable solution for all parties involved.
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