The Herald (Harare)

Zimbabwe: Fredrick Ndlovu Retains ZVA Post

FREDRICK Ndlovu has been retained as president of the Zimbabwe Volleyball Association after receiving another vote of confidence from the association's stakeholders at an elective congress held at Chinhoyi University Hotel recently.

Ndlovu got 15 votes against Erasmus Mupukuta's six votes and the former will lead the national association for another four years.

Other posts that were contested for were the first vice-president (competitions) and Chris Chivhinge got eight votes to defeat his opponent Tawanda Sithole who managed six votes.

Enias Kondo was elected the second vice-president (technical) while Mxolisi Ndlovu and Ringisai Mapondera were unopposed and retained their posts of treasurer and secretary-general respectively. Sithabisiwe Khumalo, Maxwell Rundu and Juliet Kaseke are the committee members.

Ndlovu said they are hoping to take the sport to another level and noted that having come second for the Sport Development award at the Annual National Sports Awards function last week shows they have been doing something for the sport.

"The biggest plan is to build capacity across the whole structure of volleyball. We were the second federation in terms of development.

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