Mbongeni Mzimela remains frustrated and out of pocket in his case against Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila regarding outstanding payment.
TTM and Mzimela were due to meet on Thursday to resolve the issue of an outstanding settlement owed to the former AmaZulu and Chippa United goalkeeper after the club terminated his contract in December.
SAFPU deputy general secretary Calvin Motloung has confirmed that the case against the GladAfrica Championship club has been postponed by the PSL's Dispute Resolution Chamber to April 22.
"Yes, I can confirm that Mzimela took TTM to the DRC regarding the issue of outstanding payments," Motloung tells KickOff.com.
"The case was set for yesterday but now has been postponed because of outstanding documents that were supposed to be sent by TTM official Sello Chokoe."
The goalkeeper seems to be unlucky when it comes to settlements having had a similar issue with the Chilli Boys at the end of last season, before he signed for TTM in August.
Fourth-placed TTM have placed their third coach of the season, Vladislav Heric, on special leave as they chase the promotion playoffs.
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