Local News 9.8.2016 12:08 pm

Leopards accused of unethical conduct

Black Leopards owner David Thidiela and his son Chief Thidiela (Photo by Lefty Shivambu / Gallo Images)

Black Leopards owner David Thidiela and his son Chief Thidiela (Photo by Lefty Shivambu / Gallo Images)

Black Leopards have been accused of unprofessional conduct after they allegedly forced a player to sign a contract that mentioned no salary on Saturday.

Andiswa Ndawonde was apparently bullied by Leopards general manager Kenneth Makhanya who cornered him in a toilet on Saturday morning, and gave him a contract to sign before he could play for the team in the Limpopo Charity Cup.

“Andiswa had refused to sign their contract when they offered him R5 000 a month and they told him to leave. But as he was packing, they told him to go to camp with the rest of the team. Then they forced him to sign a contract which had no figures or dates.

“They need to be exposed because if we don’t they will continue these unprofessional conducts. They can’t bully players into signing contracts and think they can get away with it,” a source close to the player told Phakaaathi.

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