The South African Football Association (SAFA) President Dr. Danny Jordaan was in no mood to answer questions in relation to the bonuses due to Bafana Bafana following their impressive third place finish in the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Ivory Coast. 
The bronze medalists received a warm welcome from supporters at the OR Tambo International Airport on Wednesday.
Jordaan was travelling with the team on arrival at OR Tambo.
Before the tournament began in January, Jordaan had emphasised that the squad would be paid bonuses if they won the AFCON trophy, although he later rephrased his statement and said he was misquoted.
The incumbent President faced further questions about the ‘bonus’ issue as he was addressing members of the media.
He maintained that the bonuses to be paid are not a matter of concern to the public.
,“We don’t know that information yet; we have to wait for CAF’s decision. The tournament just concluded yesterday, and already you’re seeking answers. The players are aware of the terms they’ve agreed upon; if you seek specifics, direct your inquiries to them, not me.
It’s a matter to be deliberated and settled with the players first, and it’s not your concern, it’s theirs. Nonetheless, their dedication will undoubtedly be acknowledged and rewarded,” stated Jordaan.
Jordaan also praised Bafana captain Ronwen Williams on his stellar performances in the AFCON. Williams was named in the AFCON team of the tournament.
“He was included in the best Caf XI at the tournament and made captain of that team.
“We must celebrate him, he has done something no goalkeeper in history has done, to stop four of the first five penalties in a penalty shootout. No one in the Ivory Coast could believe what he did,” said Jordaan.