Govt Bans All Sporting Activities Until Further Notice
The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has banned all sporting activities with effect from Monday, 14 July 2021 following the announcement of new COVID-19 restrictions by the health minister, Vice President Constantino Chiwenga.
In a statement on Sunday, the SRC advised all national sports associations that all sporting events should be suspended until further notice.
The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) hereby notifies members of the public that pursuant to the statement issued by the Honourable Vice President of Zimbabwe, C.G.D.N. Chiwenga, who is also the Minister of Health and Child Care, setting out the additional measures to curb a renewed surge in COVID-19 infection rates, ALL sporting activities and events are hereby suspended with effect from Monday, 14th June 2021 until further notice.
All national sports associations, clubs, gyms and related stakeholders should abide by this suspension without exception.
The SRC is well aware of certain ongoing, or contemplated, national sports commitments (including qualifiers for international events) and will be in urgent direct communication with the relevant national associations thereof on guidance and other mitigatory measures in light of the above suspension.
The move is a major blow to football fans at it means the ongoing Chibuku Super Cup tournament as well as the inaugural Marvelous Nakamba Foundation Youth Invitation Tournament that was slated for later this will be put on hold.
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