THERE has been a change of leadership at Raylton Sports Club, which has found its name being dragged into controversy, including the parcelling out of land for the building of tuckshops.
The committee, which was running the club, has been disbanded for not calling for an AGM as stipulated in Article 19.
They are also accused of failing to present audited accounts and paying subscriptions.
The trustees – Godfrey Mvere and Arthur Kaseke – have been entrusted with running Raylton Sports Club and they have been ordered to immediately take control of all the assets and liabilities of the club until further notice.
They are also expected to investigate all the club’s affairs since the last audited financial statements and also for them to compile a comprehensive list of Raylton Sports Club Members.
They are also expected to:
l Prepare up to date Financial Statements, arrange the holding of an AGM/SGM.
l Compile an Asset Register and establish the position of the lease of the club from Harare City Council and, if tempered with, recommend remedial action.
l Approve the timeline by which the Trustees will report back to members
Raylton Sports Club manager Thomas Muraurwa, 39, appeared in court on Monday facing fraud charges.
He is accused of illegally renting out council land before converting the money to personal use.
However, sources said this is all part of the power battles, which have been unfolding at the club, which culminated with the committee being disbanded.