Tabani Moyo new Misa-Zimbabwe national director

MEDIA Institute of Southern Africa (Misa)-Zimbabwe has appointed Tabani Moyo as its national director, taking over from Nhlanhla Ngwenya who left the organisation in August last year.

BY STAFF REPORTER

Prior to the appointment, Moyo had served the media organisation as advocacy officer for nine years.

“It was an honour to have worked with Ngwenya. He discharged his duties and responsibilities to the institution with distinction, skill and visionary leadership,” Misa-Zim board chairperson, Golden Maunganidze said in a statement confirming Moyo’s elevation.

“We can only just wish him (Ngwenya) the best in his future endeavours. I take this opportunity to wish his successor all the best in leading the organisation during these complex moments in our socio-economic and political environment.”

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4 Comments

  1. congratulations!

  2. are their posts reserved for Ndebele speakers only.when will Shona speakers be allowed to lead this organisation.till when will this marginalisation continue?

  3. are their posts reserved for Ndebele speakers only.when will Shona speakers be allowed to lead this organisation.till when will this marginalisation continue?

  4. Sifelani Dlodlo

    When Ndebele people continue to successfully run an organisation it’s called marginalisation of other tribes yet when Shona people continue to mismanage the whole country in all facets of the politics, economy and social life it’s called good governance. The whole country is in a deep mess because of Shona. look at exemplary good governance at Bulawayo City Council

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