Two of the nominees for the position of second deputy chairperson. Left is Mr Eric Munyai and right is Mr Tshilidzi Mukwevho. Photos: Frank Mavhungu..
The much-awaited elections of the officials who will lead the Thulamela Local Football Association (Thulfa) over the next four years will finally be held at the Thulamela Library on Saturday morning.
The race for the chairmanship is among four people, namely Messrs Rudzani Mulaudzi, Mulalo Tshitake, Avhazwifuni Netshiavha and Joe Nevhukalanga. Rudzani Mulaudzi is a well-known local professional referee. Tshitake is holding the position of first deputy chairperson in the current executive committee, while Netshiavha and Nevhukalanga are new names in the books of the Thulamela LFA.
The people who had availed themselves for the position of first deputy chairperson are Joe Nevhukalanga and David Khakhu. Messrs Tshilidzi Mukwevho, Eric Munyai, Joe Nevhukalanga, and Mulalo Tshitake and Ms Sina Nemavhandwe will be contesting for the position of second deputy chairperson.
Tshilidzi Mukwevho is a member of the current executive committee. He represents the Nzhelele Cluster in the committee. Eric Munyai is also a famous name in the local football fraternity. He is a semi-professional referee. Munyai will also contest for the position of third deputy chairperson. He will be competing with two ladies, Mavis Mulibana and Sina Nemavhadwe, for the position of third deputy chairperson.
The position of treasurer will be contested by Messrs Cedric Ramaliba, Eric Makungo and Aaron Tlou. Ramaliba is holding the position of treasurer in the current executive committee. Tlou is also an executive member in the current committee. He represents the Mutale Cluster. Messrs Aubrey Ramukumba and Aaron Tlou are the only two people who have availed themselves for the position of general secretary.
Date:22 July 2022 - By: Frank Mavhungu
Frank is a Human Resources Manager at the Department of Public Works in Limpopo. He is the longest serving correspondent of the Mirror, having joined us at the end of 1990. He mainly writes sports reports and resides at Tsianda Village. In 2004, Frank won the National Castle League Award, an award for the best reporter in the SAB league in South Africa.