FA new executive tutored on corporate governance
- The National Football Association of Swaziland (NFAS) new executive held their first retreat and they were tutored on the importance of corporate governance.
The three-day retreat started on Wednesday and was held at Esibayeni Lodge ending yesterday. NFAS President Adam ‘Bomber’ Mthethwa said the retreat had experts who took the executive through an orientation exercise that entailed corporate governance. He said that among other things they learnt on corporate governance were media relations, an element that is also endorsed by FIFA.
“We also learnt that information can only go out after we have discussed it as a committee and reached a resolution. It is not healthy for the media to have information prior to a committee discussion,” he said.
Mthethwa said they had planned to have the Minister of Sports David ‘Cruiser’ Ngcamphalala grace the gathering so that the
executive could be officially introduced him but he was held up in other national events.
Mthethwa then touched on the reports about the call by MPs to have the national team coach Pieter De Jongh sacked.
“Once we are done with the programme, we would have a press conference to say our stand on the matter,” he said.
TUTORED: NFAS President Adam ‘Bomber’ Mthethwa.