Webster Marechera is Dynamos Football Club secretary-general.
2018 Dismissal & Reinstatement
Bernard Marriot and Solomon Sanyamandwe to met with the then ZIFA President [[Phillip Chiyangwa, and the ensuing meeting resolved to reinstate Chikwariro and Marechera. Chikwariro was cleared of allegations of misappropriation of funds. A short audit was conducted during the week and it was discovered that some of the anomalies accrued from debts incurred by the club back in 2010.
US$29 000 Fraud
On 3 March 2014, Webster Marechera was arrested for allegedly swindling US$29 000 from Dynamos. Marechera's case was handled by the CID Serious Fraud Squad and the matter was reported at the Mbare Police Station under CR N0 384/2/14.
However, the Dynamos hierarchy reportedly tried to have Marechera released on 4 March 2014 after it emerged that he had given a satisfactory explanation over the issue to the club’s founding fathers.
Dynamos board of directors secretary Chris Kasiyazi confirmed the arrest of Marechera, but said this followed a misunderstanding among themselves over the missing $29 000 as a result of under-banking from 10 matches last season.
Webster Marechera's arrest came as players boycotted training over outstanding signing-on fees, allowances and winning bonuses ahead of their match against AS Vita.
In January 2020, Marechera dislocated his shoulder in a freak accident.
- DeMbare chaos, The Sunday Mail, Pub;ished: September 16, 2018, Retrieved: July 9, 2021
- TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA, Dynamos boss held over $29k, Southern Eye, Published: March 5, 2014, Retrieved: July 9, 2021
- Tadious Manyepo, DeMbare can believe again, The Herald, Published: January 17, 2020, Retrieved: July 9, 2021