A new Sports and Recreation Commission board was on Friday unveiled by acting Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Kazembe Kazembe.
The new board replaces the one that was dissolved in September last year by Sports Minister Kirsty Coventry, who is currently on maternity leave.
The new board will be chaired by lawyer Gerald Mlotshwa. The other members are Dr Allen Chiura, former Zimbabwe Rugby Union chief executive Colleen de Jong, and former ZIFA board member and Aces Youth Soccer Academy founder and director Nigel Munyati.
Karen Mutasa and veteran sports administrator Titus Zvomuya are also on the board.
In a statement released on Friday announcing the new board, Kazembe said:
As the Acting Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation with the approval of His Excellency the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and on behalf of the minister, I have the great pleasure to announce the new SRC board.
The board is appointed in line with the terms of Section 5 of the Sport and Recreation Commission Act (Chapter 25:15) and will take effect from the 1st of June 2019.
More: The Herald
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