The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
FIFA yesterday refused to comment on mistakes by match officials that contributed to the elimination of England and Mexico.
The governing body did not send officials with responsibility for referees to its daily briefing despite the widespread furore over Sunday's errors.
Fifa spokesperson Nicolas Maingot faced hostile questioning but said he was not competent to discuss decisions by referees or football's rule-making panel, which has rejected video technology that would help match officials.
"We obviously will not open any debate," Maingot said. "This is obviously not the place for this."
TV replays showed that England were denied a goal against Germany when Frank Lampard's shot hit the crossbar and crossed the goal-line. Later on Sunday, Argentina's first goal in a 3-1 win against Mexico was scored by Carlos Tevez from an offside position. - Sapa-AP