Zim’s Ambassador to the UAE dies

By ZBC Reporter

ZIMBABWE’S Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates; Ambassador Jethro Ndlovu has died.

He was 67.

In a statement, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade; Professor Amon Murwira said Ambassador Ndlovu passed away at a local hospital in Harare after a short illness.

Born on the 18th of June 1954, Ambassador Ndlovu was a holder of a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and was awaiting graduation for his Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration from the National University of Science and Technology and other academic qualifications.

Prior  to his appointment as Ambassador, he held the position of General Manager for the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation.

He also held several posts with the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe including, Director of Airports and Business Development, Airport Manager –Harare International Airport and Airport Manager: Victoria Falls Airport.

Ambassador Ndlovu joined the Airforce of Zimbabwe in the 1980s and also held several posts including Officer Commanding Aircraft Servicing Squadron at Thornhill Airbase and Chief Aeronautical Inspector.

He retired from the Air-force of Zimbabwe in July 1991.

Funeral arrangements will be announced in due course.

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