Highlanders, have finally unveiled their new chief executive officer Nhlanhla Bahlangene Dube.
Dube, who is a former Bosso secretary-general and committee member, replaces, Ndumiso Gumede, who has since retired from football administration.
Speaking at the club’s unveiling ceremony that was held this morning Bosso acting chairman said Dube signed a two year renewable contract.
The new Bosso chief executive officer promised to hit the ground running. “I’m not new to the cub but I am new to the position. We need to make sure we start to grind the wheels of commercialization but that will not be equivalent to a light switch. My duty will be to provide tools for everyone at Highlanders to succeeds.
I’m a realist and we must be committed to meet our debt. This all depends on the processes that we will initiate,” said Dube.
He boasts of international corporate experience and he is a holder a Caf Diploma in Administration in that regard he is Caf recognised instructor.