Johannesburg - The Central African Republic will confirm the venue for the upcoming
2014 World Cup qualifier against Bafana Bafana by the end of the week.
According to the Football411 website, security concerns in the capital city of Bangui has seen FIFA
move the Group A clash to a neutral venue, although the arena is still
to be announced by the country's footballing body.
"The Central African Republic Football Federation is currently
finalising the match arrangements. We should receive the details by the
end of this week," a FIFA media spokesman said on Tuesday.
The two sides will square up on June 7, with South African
looking to take away top-spot in the group from Ethiopia, who currently
lead Gordon Igesund's men by two points, while CAR are in third, a
further two points off the pace after three matches each.