Vince van der Bijl, the former ICC umpires and referees manager, has been appointed consultant to Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) with immediate effect.
He will assist ZC in all cricket matters, working closely with the board, the executive and national team management to map out a positive, constructive path forward.
The move to appoint the South African – a former Natal and Middlesex fast bowler – is part of a major initiative by ZC to restructure its domestic and international cricket.
ZC is currently in a financial crisis and need to sort themselves as they have a T20 tri-series to host against Pakistan and Australia in July.
Zimbabwe’s domestic season came to close on Saturday and they have nor called on Van der Bijl to help move the sport forward in the country.
The pair repelled the best Australia could throw at them for 11 and a half overs.
All three results are possible, with England ending day four 248 for eight – a lead of 170 runs on a wearing pitch.
Alzarri Joseph and Shannon Gabriel shared four wickets in the final hour to peg back England.
England are 170 ahead with two tail-end wickets in hand after a frantic final hour on day four.
The hosts were 168 for three at tea, 54 in front.
England reduced the deficit to 35 before lunch.
Broad was dropped from the series opener against the West Indies as Anderson, Mark Wood and Jofra Archer were preferred.
Stand-in captain Ben Stokes kept England in the game with three late wickets on day three.
The captain took four wickets before England closed the day on 15 without loss.
Anderson claimed three for 62 in a typically reliable stint.