Zifa constitution programme starts


THE Zifa Constitution Review Programme rolls into action tomorrow in Gweru, Hwange, Masvingo and Marondera as the national association finalises recommendations made by world football governing body, Fifa.


Zifa lawyer Ralph Maganga and his Premier Soccer League (PSL) counterpart Tinofara Hove will be in the Midlands province tomorrow morning for a programme expected to be attended by the Central Region, women football, Nash, Naph, junior football, tertiary and beach football representatives.

On the same day, PSL board member competitions Tawengwa Hara, who is also a lawyer, will be in Hwange to cover the Southern Region, while Tim Sangarwe will be covering the Eastern Region.

On Sunday, Hove and Maganga will be mopping up the exercise in Gwanda, while Hara will be in Bulawayo and Sangarwe in Mutare.

The Northern Region will get its chance on September 7, the day before the Warriors clash with Mozambique in a 2014 World Cup qualifier with Hara, Maganga, Bganya, Sangarwe and Hove conducting the exercise.

“The purpose of the outreach is to ensure affiliates appreciate what Fifa expect in our constitution. Also, please be advised that an extraordinary meeting to ratify the constitution will be held on the 28th of September 2013. The venue will be announced in due course,” Zifa said in a statement.