Nust, Payne hailed for developing athletes
better practices and standards may catapult enthusiasm in athletics and sport in general to new heights.
“We remain committed to helping youths out there in Zimbabwe reach their targeted goals by exposing them to world coaches and opportunities.
“We are happy Nust has agreed to partner in a first for Bulawayo and we are committed to bringing more world renowned personalities to come and share with sports science students and associations.
“As Payne Global Sports International I am happy and grateful that my former coach and that of national record holder in the 400m Darryl Anderson has agreed to come and share with my fellow countrymen in a trip where I also intend looking at the youngsters and making recommendations for scholarships abroad.
“It is not often that you get such a high profile man agreeing to help,” said Payne.
Thabo Moyo, a graduate of Nust and now a Zimbabwe rugby performance analyst said Anderson’s trip to Bulawayo is endorsement of the institution.
“It is a good opportunity to widen the horizons of those doing the sports coaching and science degree programme.
“It’s fantastic news to hear that Nust has taken it upon