The three-day actioned packed 2018 Commander Defence Forces Executive Interaction Initiative (CDF EII) ended in Victoria Falls with a golf tournament being held at Elephant Hills.

A total of $60 000 was raised for the victims of cholera outbreak.

The Commander Defence Forces Executive Interaction Initiative continues to grow as evidenced by the increased number of participants during the 16th edition of the annual event.

The action packed programme which started with a boat cruise on the mighty Zambezi river followed by the fun shoot held at 1.2 Infantry non-gallery range in Hwange ended with a golf tournament held in Victoria Falls.

62 amateur golfers took part.

Patron of the CDF EII General Philip Valerio Sibanda saluted participants for the engagements during the three days aimed at developing ideas towards the transformation of the country.

He thanked all those who contributed funds which will be handed over to cholera victims.

“I want to believe that we have gone beyond bringing the military and the corporate sector together as we have also brought the private sector together,” said General Sibanda.

A dinner event held yesterday evening saw the awarding of prizes to the outstanding players in golf and volleyball competitions.

Among the golf prizes included the best individual score award, longest drive and the most golf.

This year’s edition of the Commander Defence Forces executive interaction initiative was held under the theme, “Transforming Attitudes as the Country opens up for Business”.