Rafiq Khan is a former Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) chairman and ex-convict.

In 2006 he was jailed at Connemara Prison for 2 years after a Harare magistrate upheld his conviction and sentence from 17 years earlier for breaking into and stealing from a car.[1]

Khan ad been convicted in 1992, for breaking into and stealing from a car in 1989 in Belvedere, Harare but he was granted bail pending appeal after he was sentenced to three years in jail, a year of which was suspended.[2]

Football Administration

Khan was elected Zifa chairman in November 2003. He however did not finish his term after he was jailed.

References

  1. Khan to do time at ‘relaxed’ Gweru prison, The Independent, Published: 4 Aug 2006, Accessed: 2 Oct 2019
  2. Tichaona Sibanda, ‘Powerful figures behind Rafiq Khan’s incarceration’, Shortwave Radio Africa, Published:7 Mar 2006, Accessed: 02 Oct 2019