THE Zimbabwe Volleyball Association (ZVA) held its elective congress this past weekend at the Chinhoyi University Hotel that saw Frederick Ndlovu retaining his post as president.
Elections were overseen by representatives from the Sports and Recreation Commission and all 10 provinces who make up the members of ZVA were in attendance, with each province having two votes.
Ndlovu, who beat Erasmus Mupukuta, said his re-election was based on performance and he is already looking ahead to his four year term.
“We have closed the chapter of teaching basics and this time we want to focus on getting perfect from the foundations that we have already laid in the sport. We want to focus on building and upgrading the capacity as well as the technical ability of the teams, coaches and referees, so that they become highly qualified professionals,” added Ndlovu.
Ndlovu said that the association has plans to enhance their junior development programmes nationwide so as to improve the level of the game.
Chris Chivinge was elected as the first vice-president, while the second vice-president position was won by Enias Kenneth Kondo. Mxolisi Ndlovu retained the post of treasury unopposed, while Ringisai Mapondera also retained the secretary-general post unopposed.
The new committee members that were elected include Sithabisiwe Khumalo, Maxwell Rundu and Juliet Kaseke.