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Zimbabwe Tourism Authority appoints new acting Chief Executive
The Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Priscah Mupfumira (Sen) and the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority Board (ZTA) has seconded from the board, Mrs Rita Likukuma on an acting role of Chief Executive with effect from 01 February 2019. ZTA Chief Operating Officer, Mr Givemore Chidzidzi had been acting since November 2018 on behalf of Dr. Karikoga Kaseke who has been off work on medical grounds.
Mrs Likukuma brings in vast corporate governance experience having served on various Boards. She is the Deputy Chairperson of the current Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Board and Non-Executive Director of PG Industries. Mrs Likukuma was the Chairman of the National Gallery of Zimbabwe until January 2013 and has been a Chairman at Turnall Holdings Ltd since 2005. In June 2014, she was appointed a member of the CMED Board of Directors.
Mrs Likukuma served as the Managing Director at the Solar Division at Art Corporation and was a senior executive at Unilever. She holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Oxford Brookes University and a Bachelor of Science Economics Degree at the University of Zimbabwe. The new ZTA Acting CE also studied for a City and Guilds Diploma in Electrical Installations.