ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa reportedly accused Southern Region councillors, including his deputy Omega Sibanda and PSL chairman Peter Dube, accusing them of causing problems in his administration.
A councillor who spoke to The Chronicle said,
It is true that Chiyangwa expressed his anger towards Southern Region councillors, whom he said were a problem to his administration. He said so during his remarks after lunch. Chiyangwa had adjourned the meeting after people had voted with the majority saying the PSL should relegate four teams, something he was against. He thought that he will win over councillors so that they withdraw their proposal of relegating four clubs, but failed. He was agitated by their defiance and when the meeting resumed after lunch, he just proceeded without concluding the matter.
The Chronicle reports that Sibanda and Dube were unavailable for comment, while Southern Region councillor Musa Mandaza referred questions to the Zifa vice-president.