Chingoka to remain at the helm
Chingoka has run the board since before Zimbabwe attained Test status in 1992. But Chingoka, a well-respected veteran administrator, has been increasingly dragged into controversies such as last year's strike by rebel players, a contentious rebranding exercise that reportedly cost several million Zimbabwean dollars. Despite that, Chingoka is still seen as holding together the sometimes divided Zimbabwe cricket family.
There will, however, be replacements for ex-director Clive Barnes, the former Prince Edward School headmaster who is now heading an international school in Mauritius, and Ozias Bvute, who resigned from the board to take up the ZC managing director job. Other board members are expected to resign on a constitutional requirement.