ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka
NEWLY elected National Sports Council of Zambia (NSCZ) board members have pledged to uplift the standards of sport in the country.
Seven board members were elected into office during the
NSCZ elections at Government Complex in Lusaka on Saturday.
Marlon Kananda said being elected into office will give him an opportunity to assist various sports associations to strategise the way forward.
The SuperSport Southern Africa marketing manager emphasised the need to harmonise the relationship between the sports mother body and affiliates.
“We have come to work, we need to hit the ground running. We have to put the interest of sport first and work as a team, “said Kananda in an interview in Lusaka on Saturday night.
Noreena Chiteba is humbled to be given an opportunity to serve at the highest level.
Chiteba called on the sports fraternity to work together if the country is to move forward.
The former Zambia Squash Association president said the country has many of talented athletes but a lot needs to be done to realise their potential.
Joseph Chimpampwe said sport has the potential to excel with right people running it.
Chimpampwe said he is equal to the task and will do his best to move sport forward.
Charles Mwanza thanked delegates for giving him another opportunity to continue serving in office.
Mwanza said his aim is to contribute to the growth of sport in Zambia.
Kavwanga Sikazwe, a lecturer at Mulungushi University, is happy t