Veteran sports administrator Moosa Ismail dies

THE Zimbabwe Olympic Committee have described the late local sports doyen Moosa Ismail as a very influential mentor and leader who has left a very strong legacy behind. Affectionately known as “uncle” in the local sports fraternity, Ismail, who was among the first Asians to venture into football administration in this country in the pre-Independence era, died “of natural causes” at the age of 87 on February 1 in Pretoria, South Africa, and was buried there the next day, according to his son Reyhaan. Ismail is survived by twin sons…

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