Gazza wins Trinity Transaction Advisory case

Musician Lazarus Shiimi, better known as Gazza, on Thursday won a case in which he was being accused of allegedly breaching a contract with Trinity Transaction Advisory (TTA).

The matter in which TTA was suing Gazza for allegedly failing to pay consulting costs for services the company rendered on behalf of the musician has been finalised and removed from the court roll.

This comes after the court concluded that the plaintiff is not entitled to 20% of the commercial value of the agreement.

“The plaintiff’s claim is dismissed, the plaintiff is ordered to pay the costs of the first and second defendant on attorney and own client scale, as agreed by parties,” court documents note.

According to research, TTA allegedly secured N$2 561 050 and was entitled to 20% (N$589 041,50). However, TTA only received N$180 250.

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