Dr Karikoga Kaseke has retired from the post of Chief Executive of the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) after a long period of sickness, ZTA board has revealed.
According to information revealed by the board, Dr Kaseke fell ill in November 2018 and has not been well since then.
“The Board and indeed everyone had hoped for his recovery and we continue to pray for the restoration of his health. Dr KK, as he is affectionately known, will be sadly missed in the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority in particular and the tourism industry as a whole both locally and beyond our borders,” said ZTA Acting Chairperson Dr Precious Sibiya.
His retirement followed the recommendations of a medical Board and is effective 01 July 2021.
Dr Kaseke served the organization as its Chief Executive from June 2005 up until his retirement.
Dr Karikoga Kaseke is also a retired Colonel of the Zimbabwe National Army.
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