The new Minister of Sport, Youth, Arts and Recreation, Kirsty Coventry has outlined her plans and first targets to be pursued in her first week in office.
She joins Professor Mthuli Ncube from Ministry of Finance as the two technocrats in President Emmerson Mnangagwa's new cabinet sworn into office last month in a massive shake up which saw the likes of Patrick Chinamasa, Obert Mpofu, Supa Mandiwanzira and David Parirenyatwa missing on ministerial posts.
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