The move could usher in a new era at the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed hotel and leisure concern, whose chief executive officer, Chipo Mutasa, threw in the towel a few months ago as the crisis-torn company struggled to avert receivership after running into a going concern predicament. NSSA and van Hoogstraten are both key shareholders in RTG.The company desperately requires a bailout package to extricate it from its current woes, which include threats of a takeover of its hotels by a local bank over a default in loan repayments.NSSA board chairperson, Innocent Chagonda, told The Financial Gazette’s Companies & Markets (C&M) that they had entered into a truce with van Hoogstraten to save the institution.”We have agreed on directors.He will bring…