Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu has tendered in his resignation at the club offices this morning, Sunday News reports.

Ndlovu is moving back to Botswana where he will join top-flight side Gaborone United.

He has been under fire following an unconvincing start to the campaign which saw him managing just three wins in twelve games.

Madinda’s departure puts to an end a one and a half-year stay at Bosso, almost halfway through his 3-year contract.

His assistant, Bekithemba Ndlovu is now tipped to take over at the Bulawayo Giants.

Meanwhile, Highlanders are expected to issue a statement on the coach’s departure today.