The row broke out this week when it was reported that certain officials would pocket millions of rands from an estimated windfall of about R1 billion that Safa could receive from world controlling soccer body Fifa for hosting the World Cup.
In a statement on Friday, Safa CEO Leslie Sedibe said the issue of bonuses had not been discussed by his executive and they would only look into the matter after the event.
Sedibe said the cost of running the event had over-run the budget by "hundreds of millions of rands".
World Cup bonuses on hold - Safa
April 30, 2010