By Business Reporter – Saturday 13 February 2021
HARARE (Mining Index) – THE Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) has rejected the resignation letter tendered by its Vice President Lindi Mpofu, pleading with her to finish her term in office which ends in June this year.
Earlier this week, Mpofu, together with Masango Mahlahla, who was ZMF Mashonaland Central Provincial Chairman tendered their resignations from the ZMF National and Regional Executive Boards respectively, addressed to the ZMF Secretary General Morgan Mugawu citing personal commitments.
Written under the subject, ‘Decline of letter of Resignation,’ ZMF requested Mpofu to serve for the remaining three months of her tenure to ensure a smooth transition.
‘We received your resignation letter from the post of Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) 3rd Vice President representing the women portfolio dated 31 December 2021 submitted on the 8th of February 2021,’
‘The Board understands and appreciates your position, however the Board requests that you remain to support a smooth transition over the next three months to assist the Federation to support our national miners, while Federation awaits election period in June of this year,’
The Federation thanks you for your continued support and efforts to uplift our nations Women in Mining,’
Contacted for comment, Mpofu acknowledged receipt of the ZMF letter, and consented to complete her national duty.
‘I received it (the letter) and have agreed to assist the Federation and complete my national duties until the end of my term ending June 2021,’ said Mpofu.
Mpofu served as the federations vice president since 2018. Prior to her vice presidency, Mpofu was ZMF Secretary General. ENDS// www.miningindex.co.zw
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