Bulawayo giants Highlanders Football Club have parted ways with their chief executive officer, Nhlanhla Bahlangene Dube.
Dube left Bosso after his contract expired on the 31st of December, 2021.He finished the last three months of that contract on leave.
“Highlanders Football Club takes this opportunity to inform its members, sponsors, partners, stakeholders and fans that the club and its Chief Executive Officer Mr Nhlanhla Bahlangene Dube have agreed amicably to part ways.
“Mr Dube having served the club in the role of CEO for a period of four continuous years having taken over the role from the late Mr Ndumiso Emmanuel Gumede who went on to serve as the club President until his untimely passing away takes a bow to pursue other interests.’’
According to the Bosso chairman, Dube, an ex-elected office bearer at the club remains committed to serve Amahlolanyama.
“Mr Dube, a former Club Executive Committee Member and Secretary remains a committed Club resource and life member available to the club as and when he is needed.
“The Club wishes him the very best in his future endeavours and thanks him for his diligent and committed service to the club,’’ said Sibanda.
In November, this publication reported that the Highlanders executive committee had decided not to renew Dube’s contract since they felt that he had not added any value while he occupied the post.