On Monday, SAFA affirmed that, after gatherings with Minister of Sport, Nathi Mthethwa, and his Minister of Health, Dr Joe Phaahla, consent had been conceded for 2000 onlookers to go to Tuesday's 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier between South Africa and Ethiopia.
"Fans have been eager to get back to the arena and the private venture and casual area will get a gigantic lift because of this drive," SAFA president Danny Jordaan said.
"This news will be gotten with please by the people who sell food, banners and cabbies who take fans to the arenas.
"It is important for the economy that had endured a great deal because of fans not being permitted to go to matches. I'm glad, this is the start of the rebuilding of the football economy."
Those wishing to go to the match should be completely inoculated and finish an internet based application on the Ticketmaster site, following which effective candidates will be messaged their tickets for the exceptionally expected experience at the FNB Stadium.
Aspirant match-goers can register their interest in attending the match by applying here.
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