Peter Moyo wants Old Mutual to pay him R250 million
Peter Moyo wants Old Mutual to pay him R250 million.
The fired CEO is suing the insurer after it barred him from work, despite a High Court ruling to reinstate him.
Old Mutual is appealing the judgement and will fight Moyo’s claim for damages.
…he seeks permanent reinstatement. Alternatively, he seeks damages of about R250 million…Eric Mabuza, lawyer - Peter Moyo
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