SRC to meet NSA

HARARE - The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) will hold a governance and compliance conference in Harare on Friday in line with the 100-day rapid results projects which was approved by the new government.

The conference seeks to put all national sports association in the loop of what is required of them by the SRC in line with the new system for the registration and licensing.

“Following our submission and subsequent approval of the 100-day rapid results projects by the government…wishes to advise national sport associations…and the public that it will be hosting a governance and compliance conference…on 23 February,” SRC acting director-general Joseph Muchechetere said in a statement.

“The conference has been necessitated by the need to explain to the Sport and Recreation Organizations referred to above on the new system for the registration and licensing of National Associations, Clubs and other Sport and Recreation Organizations that the SRC will be adopting during the 100-day period ending on 10 April 2018.”

Among a number of issues the national associations are expected to have complied with in terms of the dictates of the SRC Act, national associations should have submitted audited financial statements, annual report, and membership of each association and payment of the annual levy of $4 per annum per member.

They are also expected to submit estimates of income and expenditure for the coming sporting calendar and a calendar of activities for both national and international events.

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