SRC to investigate Zimbabwe Netball Association for not paying players

The Sport and Recreation Commission (SRC) will open investigations against the Zimbabwe Netball Association (ZINA) led by Letticia Chipandu over possible abuse of funds following revelations that they have not been paying players on national duty allowances and those injured on national assignments meet their own bills.

A member of the SRC board who spoke to The Chronicle on condition of anonymity said that ZINA failed to produce financial statements. Said the  SRC member:

We got disturbed with the news that Zina is not giving their players some allowances and also their failure to take care of injured players and we might soon institute full scale investigations into how they have been using funds which they get from the Government. You must remember that Zina is also one of the 29 associations that were found to be partially compliant with the SRC Act and one of the missing things was the issue to do with financial statements which they failed to produce

More: Chronicle

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One Comment on “SRC to investigate Zimbabwe Netball Association for not paying players

  1. You should gt ur facts straight right nt ku report rubbish hanti some of us follow netball we know whats going are a pathetic reporter ????

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