“The names of electoral committee members that will be involved in these elections will be released on Wednesday,” said Mashingaidze.
It is, however, the PSL elections pitting Highlanders’ chairman and incumbent PSL vice-chairman Peter Dube and Dynamos president Kenny Mubaiwa for the top post which have attracted the most interest.
The PSL chairmanship fell vacant after Zifa ordered fresh elections following revocation of the previous national association board that had the league’s chairman Twine Phiri.
Despite the clubs backing Phiri, Zifa insisted that the former Caps United major shareholder could not stand because he was neither a club president nor chairman. Both PSL candidates are confident of victory.
“The PSL work and activities are there for everyone to see what we’ve done. We’ve run a competitive league, tried to be as fair and administratively correct to every club. I’m not one of the people who say I’ve been asked by people to go there, I was in there, I know the work we were doing and I want to do it in the best interest of our game,” said Dube.