FIFA unveils four-member ZIFA normalization committee


FIFA head of development programs in Africa, Solomon Mudege, on Tuesday unveiled a four-member normalisation committee that will oversee ZIFA’s operations until June 2024.


The committee is chaired by former Dynamos boss Lincon Mutasa and includes former Mighty Warriors player and coach Rosemary Mugadza, ex-Highlanders player Sikumbuzo Ndebele, and lawyer Nyasha Sanyamandwe.

Newly appointed ZIFA normalisation committee chairman, Lincon Mutasa (left) with FIFA head of development programs in Africa, Solomon Mudege soon after the unveiling ceremony

This comes after Zimbabwe’s suspension from international football was lifted.


Other duties of the normalization committee will be to restructure the ZIFA administration , to establish, with the help of FIFA, a collaboration agreement between the Ministry of Sport/the SRC and ZIFA, which will define the responsibilities and objectives of each party, including (but not exclusively) on the topic of sexual harassment and to review the ZIFA Statutes and Electoral Code to ensure their compliance with the FIFA Statutes and requirements, and to ensure their adoption by the ZIFA Congress.

The committee will also  act as an electoral committee in order to organise and conduct elections of a new ZIFA Board based on the newly aligned ZIFA Statutes and Electoral Code  and to ensure a proper financial handover to the new ZIFA Board



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