The original match was abandoned due to a power outage at the National Sports Stadium with Dynamos leading FC Platinum 1-0.
"After wide consultations and deliberations, the Zimbabwe Football Association has seen it fit to order a replay of the 2015 Independence Cup Final," read the official statement from ZIFA.
"We have taken into cognisance that the abandonment of the match was a result of force majeure therefore none of the participating teams was at fault.
"Consequently, the 1-0 position in favour of Dynamos obtained prior to the premature end of the match is hereby nullified.
"In coming up with this position, we have analysed various possible scenarios within the dictates of the laws of the game as well as the tournament rules and regulations."
Dynamos have taken exception to losing their one-goal advantage, saying they are only prepared to entertain a replay option in which they keep their lead.
"As a club we were prepared for two options. Either we play the remaining 25 minutes with our goal in place or the whole 90 minutes, again with our goal on the table," Dynamos chairman Kenny Mubaiwa told The Herald.
"As it stands you will be tempted to say it is better they give the trophy to FC Platinum since they are the holders."
The club also questioned replaying the game in May considering the match is supposed to celebrate Zimbabwe's Independence Day on 18 April.
FC Platinum have not yet responded to the replay announcement.