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Lerato Kganyago demands R315 000 after being dumped

Lerato Kganyago requests R315 000 subsequent to being unloaded. Metro FM DJ Lerato Kganyago is apparently suing Theo Baloyi - the proprietor of Bathu tennis shoes R315k over a brand representative arrangement that is turned sour.

Lerato Kganyago requests R315 000 in the wake of being unloaded

Kganyago was an envoy of Bathu tennis shoes alongside Somizi and Khanyi Mbau and numerous others.

A nearby distribution has uncovered that radio and TV character Lerato Kganyo has sent Bathu a letter requesting R315k from Theo Baloyi's tennis shoe brand Bathu.

Kganyago is apparently requesting R315k of the R600k she was guaranteed to be paid after the brand ended her agreement where she was one of the brand envoys.

The distribution adds that Bathu named her as image minister for a very long time from March a year ago.

She was purportedly expected to go to Bathu stores' true openings as a minister and DJ.

The understanding apparently perused:

"Ms Kganyago will be expected to DJ in the store."

"Bathu Pty Ltd will organize DJ hardware fitting her personal preference," peruses the understanding.

"All movement plans will be booked according to her necessity and will be at Bathu Pty Ltd's cost."

Lerato was a brand envoy of Bathu shoes close by, Somizi, DJ Tira, Khanyi Mbau, and Lamiez Holworthy.

Bathu supposedly paid her R285 000 in R185 000 and R35 000 tranches among March and June last year prior to cutting binds with her.

The brand informed the media character that it'd ended her agreement because of spending plan requirements.

"According to my correspondence on the sixth November, if it's not too much trouble, be prompted that Bathu Pty Ltd has chosen to end our agreement with Ms Lerato Kganyago."

"As a business, we have needed to scale back costs and we have needed to end various agreements with a portion of our important partners like Ms Lerato Kganyago. "

Kganyago is requesting the gross measure of R315 000.00 which remembers legitimate expenses and premium for the previously mentioned sum, at a pace of 7.5% per annum.

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