Outcry over the ill-treatment of the senior national women's football team by ZIFA


By Michelle Dzvova
Legislators, women's organisations and sports administrators have expressed outrage over the ill-treatment of the senior national women's football team by ZIFA.
This comes after the mighty warriors were given a paltry 5 dollar allowance each instead of the 800 dollars that was due to them, following an Africa Women's Cup of Nations Qualifier tie against Namibia both home and away.
Norton Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa who is also a former sports administrator and fitness coach, challenged government to set aside funds for sports development.
Goromonzi West Member of Parliament Beater Nyamupinga  bemoaned the marginalisation of women across various sectors including sport.
Meanwhile, former warriors defender Harlington Shereni, has been given clearance by the Zimbabwe Republic Police to stage a march to ZIFA offices in protest against the ill-treatment of the mighty warriors.
The march was scheduled to start at 2pm from corner 3rd street and central avenue to ZIFA house along Livingstone Avenue.  

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