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Transport Minister appoints Ministry board members

Transport Minister appoints Ministry board members. Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Felix Mhona has appointed additional members to boards under his Ministry.

Additional board members were appointed to Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe, National Handling Services, Airports Company of Zimbabwe, National Railways of Zimbabwe and Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe.

Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe (TSCZ) Board:
Mr Kura Sibanda TSCZ chairperson

Mrs Felie Chikowero Mjanga TSCZ deputy chairperson.

Additional board members for the TSCZ:
Ms Zvichanzii Venancia Mugota and

Ms Loveness Masuka-Dumwa who has been transferred from CAAZ to the TSCZ with immediate effect.

NHS Board deputy chairperson:

Ms Theresa Rovodza

NHS Board members:

Ms Caroline Rudo Mudenda and

Ms Margaret Mantiziba

NRZ additional board member:

Ms Molly Dingane

ACZ board members

Dr James Tsabora

Ms Faith Chiwungwe

CAAZ as a board member

Mr Maxmore Njanji

Minister Mhona said President Mnangagwa had approved the appointment of additional board members. He added:

Some of the boards had remained with only half of the stipulated number, such that it was difficult for it to execute its statutory mandate due to difficulties in constituting a quorum at the board.

Appointees pledged to work hard in line with the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1), the national blueprint and the successor to the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) aimed at realising the country’s Vision 2030.

Source – Pindula News

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