BULAWAYO – Highlanders Chairman Johnfat Sibanda has confirmed that Bosso Chief Executive Officer, Nhlanhla Dube is on leave, amid reports that the club had placed him on forced leave three months before his contract expires.
Dube was appointed in May 2019, replacing veteran administrator Ndumiso Gumede, who is now the club President.
In the absence of Dube, the club’s Media and Communications officer, 30-year-old Ronald Moyo a holder of a Master Degree in Journalism and Media Studies will hold fort as CEO.
“This serves to notify club members, fans, stakeholders, and the public in general that the chief executive officer Mr, Nhlanhla Dube is on leave.
In the absence of CEO, Ronal Moyo (Our media and Communications Officer) shall be the acting CEO.
We hope our members, fans, sponsors, and partners will find this as a normal organizational governance procedure,” writes Jonfat Sibanda in a statement.
“He was not willing ongoing on leave but the executive refused him to encash his days. The decision to send him (Dube) on leave has divided the club,”