Zimbabwe will now be able to take up their place in the ICC Men’s U19 Cricket World Cup in January and the ICC Super League later in 2020
Zimbabwe and Nepal have been readmitted as ICC Members following the conclusion of the ICC Board meetings in Dubai Monday.
Zimbabwe was readmitted by the ICC Board following a meeting between the ICC chairman and chief executive, and Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani and Zimbabwe sports minister Kirsty Coventry and Gerald Mlotshwa, chairman of sports and recreation commission.
They had been suspended in July 2019 following government interference in the running of the Board.
BREAKING NEWS: @ICC has lifted @Zimcricketv's suspension, restoring all our rights as a Full Member. The decision was made at @ICC board meeting in Dubai on Monday after @ZimCricketv had fully complied with the conditions for reinstatement #SuspensionLifted 🏏🇿🇼 pic.twitter.com/A6NLop9RsI— Zimbabwe Cricket (@ZimCricketv) October 14, 2019
ICC chairman Shashank Manohar said, “I would like to thank the Zimbabwe sports minister for her commitment to the reinstatement of Zimbabwe Cricket.
Her desire to work in support of Zimbabwe Cricket was clear and she has unconditionally complied with the conditions set down by the ICC Board. Funding to Zimbabwe Cricket will continue to be on a controlled basis as part of a collective effort behind getting the game in Zimbabwe back on an even keel.”
Zimbabwe will now be able to take up their place in the ICC Men’s U19 Cricket World Cup in January and the ICC Super League later in 2020.