Football's world governing body, FIFA, has asked the Ghana Football Association to submit its reply of South Africa's protest and demand for the replay of the final World Cup qualifier between the two countries.
The South African Football Association lodged a complaint on Monday against match officials for what they describe as "robbery" and "unfair" officiating.
According to SAFA, they have gathered enough information to back their suspicion of a fixed game.
Senegalese referee Ndiaye Maguette is at the center of all the controversy after awarding the Black Stars a penalty, which led to the game's only goal.
The Ghana Football Association has until November 20, 2021 to submit its reply before the case will be reviewed by FIFA's dispensary Committee.
Meanwhile, Ghana will be waiting for her opponent in the play-offs in next month's draw in Cairo.
Below is a letter from FIFA requesting Ghana's reply: