The Zimbabwe Football Association’s (ZIFA) general assembly today met in the capital to map a way forward on the back of widespread concerns over the contentious issue surrounding elections.

Following lengthy deliberations congress resolved to lift the suspension of Peter Dube with immediate effect with notification made on the end of Cecilia Gambe’s suspension.

The 2016 audited financial statements were ratified by congress with the 2017 budget adopted.

There was also the approval of appointments of the electoral committee and appeals committee although names of members in the committees are yet to be publicised.

Also tabled at the meeting and adopted was the amendment to the size of the Premier Soccer League from 16 to 18 teams.

ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa said while there have been concerns by some sections, congress is united in its decisions.

While today’s AGM passed resolutions as agreed by members of congress there is still debate surrounding elections with some sections insisting Chiyangwa’s mandate cannot go beyond March 31, 2018.