City media officer Julian Bailey could not say if the team would be travelling for a second time to FNB Stadium when contacted on Tuesday.
Bailey said Comitis, who is currently overseas, and City general manager Andreas Christodoulou were still consulting on the matter.
“I don’t have the answer at the moment with regards to that match — I’m still waiting for the chairman and general manager as they are busy about it,” Bailey said.
“At the moment we are preparing to play Mamelodi Sundowns tomorrow [Wednesday night].”
PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu clarified on Thursday that Comitis will appear before a DC.
“John Comitis will appear before the DC this Friday to answer charges of bringing the league into disrepute based on some media utterances attributable to him, which he subsequently confirmed as being true and accurate,” Majavu said.
Attempts to reach Comitis for comment were unsuccessful.
Chiefs meet Lamontville Golden Arrows on Wednesday in another fixture that they could not honour in December, for the same reason. Cassim also ordered that the Arrows match be played.
Amakhosi against Arrows is at Princess Magogo Stadium in Durban (3pm).
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