Byo Volleyball Association honoured


Austin Karonga

THE Bulawayo Volleyball Association (BVA) has been honoured for its strict adherence to compliance issues in the country, an award that borders on good corporate governance.

The recognition comes after BVA has successfully filled all the Zimbabwe Volleyball Association requirements ahead of the elective congress scheduled for Masvingo’s Chevron Hotel on December 5.

“We have been consistent over the years scooping the same award two years ago.
“For this achievement the association received four original mikasa balls; two for beach volleyball and two for indoor as well as a certificate of achievement,” BVA chairperson William Mazviro told the Daily News yesterday.

“The BVA has been showing top notch display in both administration and development where they have managed to successfully host the Zone 6 Senior Club Championships in 2017.

“We have also been winning gold in the Under 17 and U20 girls National Association of Secondary School Heads games and in beach volleyball.”

ZVA president Ringisai Mapondera said BVA are a shining example of what compliance is all about.

“Compliance is the indicator of good corporate governance and we have recognised the efforts of BVA for leading the way and meeting the standards we set for compliance.

“We hope it will encourage more provinces to do the same.
“It’s nothing big that we gave them if you look at it from a materialistic point of view but it’s the significance of the gesture to appreciate the efforts of the province.

“You will be aware that most provinces are having elective congresses this month and in November culminating in the ZVA Congress on December 5 where we will usher in a new executive.

“We want every province to be compliant as it is the key to the success of every province. Some of the compliance conditions ensure that there is activity in a province and when some fail to meet those conditions it’s an indicator to ZVA of the provinces needing attention.”

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