TAFIC fans approve takeover bid

The Reds: TAFIC supporters have acceded to the club’s privatisation FILE PIC
The Reds: TAFIC supporters have acceded to the club’s privatisation FILE PIC

FRANCISTOWN: TAFIC supporters have, at last, approved plans to give the club to investors. The move could see a group of investors led by former TAFIC chairperson, Humphrey Nawa, take over the club.

The decision came after the club held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) over the weekend.

One of the key agenda items was to discuss plans to give the club to an investor to run it. For years, there have been calls for the club to be given to an independent investor, but supporters have often not been keen to endorse the idea.

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