Football Association of Zambia (Faz) president Andrew Kamanga has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) following elections held during the regional football governing body’s Annual General Meeting at Sun City on Saturday, December 17.
Cosafa announced that the Faz president was one of the five successful candidates to make up ordinary executive committee membership, the other four being General Pedro Neto (Angola), Sameer Sobha (Mauritius), Alberto Simanga (Mozambique) and Walter Nyamilandu-Manda (Malawi) who served in the outgoing executive committee as an ordinary member.
The election also ushered in a new president in Zimbabwe’s Philip Chiyangwa after Suketu Patel (Seychelles) who had served for two terms elected not to stand.
Frans Mbidi (Namibia) was voted in as vice-president.
The full Cosafa Executive Committee for the next five years is as follows;
1. Philip Chiyangwa (Zimbabwe) - President
2. Frans Mbidi (Namibia) - Vice-President
3. General Pedro Neto (Angola) - Member
4. Andrew Kamanga (Zambia) - Member
5. Sameer Sobha (Mauritius) - Member
6. Alberto Simanga (Mozambique) - Member
7. Walter Nyamiland-Manda (Malawi) - Member