All employees employed in HR, Finance, CI, SHERQ and their families if not employed.
All MAterials Management staff including the commodity teams and their families if not employed.
All KIO Plant, Mining and Maintenance (Engineering) staff and their families if not employed.
All GC members who do not work for Kumba and who are younger than 50 and whose surnames start with the letters A-M and their families if not employed.
All GC members who do not work for Kumba and who are younger than 50 and whose surnames start with the letters N-Z and their families if not employed.
All GC members who do not work for Kumba and who are 50 years of age and older.
A scholar/student is obviously not employed
How it works
There are 6 teams that participate. Everyone in the club should find a slot somewhere. There are 6 qualifying rounds played during the year. The rounds take the form of a 9 hole competition on a Friday afternoon (once or twice a month). Each of the 6 rounds has a different format. You just pitch and play after entering your name under the correct team on the score sheet in the Pro Shop. Scores to be filled in on the score sheet after the round as well. The best 4 scores of each team are added together for the day. Winning team gets 12pts; second team gets 10; etc. Points are shared in tied results. After the 6th round, the 2 teams with the highest totals, nominates 8 players to play in the final against each other. This will be in the form of a 9 hole Matchplay competition. 2 doubles/4 singles.
What team are you in?
Don’t get the idea you are Ronaldo and that other teams can buy you for a couple of million Zim dollars, no Sir!
For Kumba players, just look on the organigram of your section, that will determine who you play for! And NO, you can’t play for the Department where you would like to work, you can’t play for the Dept where you think you deserve to work, you also can’t play for the Dept where you plan on ending up one day!!
A tip, look at the department name on your last safety voucher!!
Scholars/students play for their families. Seniors cannot still be working for Kumba.