JOHANNESBURG - The Confederation of African Football has dismissed SAFA vice president Ria Ledwaba's complaint, about the amendments made to the SAFA constitution.
Ledwaba lodged a complaint with CAF and FIFA, arguing that the constitutional changes violated SAFA's rules and procedures.
But the continental body has opted to stay out of what it terms internal matters of associate members.
Ledwaba is challenging Danny Jordaan for the top position as president of SAFA, at next month's elections.
CAF and FIFA will send observer delegates to monitor the elections on 25 June.