The unresolved leadership issue of Black Africa, the country's most successful domestic league club, was not heard in the High Court this morning. The case has now been rescheduled to Thursday morning at 9 am.
Unfortunately, the Judge was not provided with argument submissions from the two competing leadership factions of the team, both vying for control of the club.
Ever since the team's demotion to the First Division, Black Africa has been grappling with an internal leadership crisis. This crisis has resulted in the team fielding two separate teams under the same name, each representing one of the opposing camps.
One of the factions eventually took the case to the High Court in an attempt to find a resolution.