FORMER Orlando Pirates and Djurgardens midfielder, Mark Mayambela’s house is going under the hammer on Tuesday.
The sale of his Northriding house comes hardly a year after he had lost his belongings to the repo man.
“The respondent was in arrears worth R43 000, with his normal monthly instalment payable in terms of the mortgage bond,” said the bank in court papers.
The former soccer star was supposed to pay a monthly instalment of R6 000.
“Payments have not been received in accordance with the credit agreement.
“The respondent was in breach of the mortgage bond repayment by failing and or neglecting to honour the terms and conditions,” said the bank.
In August last year, the sheriff of the court auctioned his household goods.
The sale of his household goods came after the body corporate of The Hyperion Sectional Scheme took Mayambela to court for failing to pay levies.
At the time he was in arrears of more than R20 000.
While the body corporate was repossessing his belongings, Standard Bank was applying for the repossession of the house at the South Gauteng High Court.
The bank gave him an opportunity to contest the repossession but he failed. The South Gauteng High Court gave a default judgment against Mayambela on 30 October.
Sunday Sun sources said Mayambela’s problems started when Pirates offloaded him.
“He lost his BMW to the repo man when he was playing for Mpumalanga Black Aces. Before the house was repossessed, he was allegedly hopping from one friend to another.
Mayambela was not available for comment. His phone rang unanswered.