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Cici Finally Wins Case Against Former Recording Company

Cici Finally Wins Liquidation Case Against Former Recording Company – Cici has finally won her liquidation case in order will enable her to recover money for Metro FM awards.

Award-winning R&B singer Busisiwe “Cici” Thwala has obtained a provisional court order at the Joburg High Court to liquidate her ex-boyfriend Arthur Mafokate’s record label. Cici wanted the iconic 999 Music liquidated after Mafokate – the sole director of the company – allegedly failed to pay her R50 000 of the prize money she won at the Metro FM awards in 2016.

In her application papers, seen by Sunday World, Cici said she won the Best R&B Single award for her song Runaway and Best Styled
Artist award in February 2016. The honours came with R200 000 prize money, which was allegedly paid into the record label’s account.
She said the Kaffir hitmaker as supposed to have paid her R50 000 after taking R150 000 for publicity he had conducted for her in the buildup to the awards.

Well, she took to social media to share that she has finally won the law suit against his former record label 999 owned by Arthur Mafokate.

Finally won my liquidation case against former recording company after a long battle.. They are said to pay me what is owed and foot my legal cost bill . This after being forced into provisional liquidation. It was never about the money but principal. Pay artists what is due


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