Key stakeholders in the sports industry yesterday converged in Harare for a convention which seeks to address issues of match fixing and corruption in sport.
The Minister of Sport and Recreation, Makhosini Hlongwane, who was the guest of honour, said the convention is a key step in dealing with matters of match fixing and corruption in sport.
Some critics view the fight against match fixing and corruption as futile, but Hlongwane vowed to ensure sport is the winner.
African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 General Manager, Stanley Mutoya, Bindura University of Science Education Vice Chancellor Professor Eddie Mwenje, Brighton Mudzamiri and Anna Mguni were some of the presenters that gave an insight into match fixing and corruption.
Dr Nicholas Munyonga and Dr Austin Jeans made presentations which sought to enlighten stakeholders on matters of doping.