“I'm a coach‚ not a schoolmaster‚" continued Baxter.
"You're asking questions (that sound like) 'what was his mandate' type of questions.
"It's a question that's loaded so you can find an angle somewhere.”
South African Football Association (Safa) national executive committee member Kwenzakwakhe Ngwenya said they haven't discussed Baxter's future yet.
“At Safa‚ one of our aims is to see our teams qualify for big tournaments‚ which has happened‚" he said.
"It would be an insult if I'd tell you now as to what is our decision as an association.
"We have to look at many things‚ with an example being the last time Bafana qualified for the 2015 tournament and they exited in the first round.
"Today‚ Bafana is from Afcon and they reached the quarterfinals.
“We'll go back as Safa‚ look at many things before we decide and we'll talk to the coach.
"I can't now say the coach should continue or he shouldn't.
"As an employer‚ we have to look at many things.”