Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) acting chief executive, Mrs Rita Likukuma, has reportedly been removed from her position under unclear circumstances.
Others, however, link her demise to her unceremonious retrenchment of about 35 workers July.
Lukukuma is said to have later reinstated the same workers she had laid off.
Lukukuma’s removal as CE was on Thursday confirmed by ZTA acting board chairperson Dr Precious Sibiya whilst speaking to The Herald.
The development follows the unfathomed resignation of ZTA board chair, Osborne Majuru over Likukuma’s interference with the board’s operations. Majuru also said that Lukukuma was now reporting directly to the minister of Tourism instead of reporting to the board.
A few days later, another ZTA board member, Precious Nyika, also resigned under unclear circumstances.
More: The Herald
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