“We are going to ask for a full report and institute a full investigation on what transpired and the cause for the stampede,” said Safa President Danny Jordaan.
“I would also like to wish the injured speedy recovery. A football match is supposed to be a place of entertainment. What happened to at FNB Stadium is very unfortunate,” he added.
The stampede was believed to have taken place outside the stadium while the match was already well underway.
As such, the match was completed with many unaware of the disaster, until various reports starting flooding in just before full-time.
Two people died and 17 were injured, one critically and 16 with minor injuries, during a turnstile stampede.