Bosso life mem­bers meet

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HIGH­LANDERS’ life mem­bers will to­mor­row meet at the club house to re­view res­o­lu­tions that were made in their last meet­ing.

The ini­tial one, while at­tended by a hand­ful of mem­bers was one of the most fruit­ful meet­ings the club has ever held with the ma­jor res­o­lu­tions be­ing $20 monthly con­tri­bu­tions which will go to­wards the liq­ui­da­tion of the club’s bal­loon­ing debt.

“As agreed in our ini­tial meet­ing, we will be meet­ing on Sun­day (to­mor­row) to re­view res­o­lu­tions taken in the ini­tial meet­ing,” said High­landers chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Ndu­miso Gumede.

He said they will also look at other op­tions that can be im­ple­mented so that High­landers’ fi­nan­cial sit­u­a­tion can be al­le­vi­ated. Bosso is reel­ing in debts of close to a $1 mil­lion. Mean­while, High­landers will to­day hold a fam­ily sports day as part of the club’s cel­e­bra­tion of 90 years of ex­is­tence. The sports day will see High­landers sup­port­ers and mem­bers en­gag­ing in a num­ber of sport­ing ac­tiv­i­ties like darts, net­ball foot­ball and pool.

“These are part of our cel­e­bra­tions. It will be a fam­ily fun day re­ally and we in­vite ev­ery­one to come and cel­e­brate with us. The first team will also pass by on their way to camp as you know we are play­ing Ngezi Plat­inum on Sun­day,” said Gumede.

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