"The supporters wanted to attack [Kaizer Chiefs coach] Steve Komphela and the security guards tried to stop them. The security [guards] were then injured when they tried to stop the fans."
Dlamini said 375 guards from his company were deployed to the venue, and together with others companies, there were more than 500 guards in place.
"In total there were between 550 and 560 security guards." These were supplemented by other contracted companies as well as in-house stadium security, Dlamini said.
He said, while the stadium could take up 56 000 people, the safety capacity was 45 000.
"On Saturday, there were only 26 000 people during the match, so we had more than enough security to control the crowd. The job of the security is to control the crowd, not to fight with them."
He said the incident was unfortunate.