Two people have been killed in a stampede at a soccer match in South Africa.
Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates are playing in a pre-season friendly, in what was a sold out event.
MMC for Public Safety in Johannesburg Michael Sun confirmed the incident.
Grobbelaar said the incident happened when a number of people attempted to push through the gates.
Sponsors Carling Black Label stated that two fans passed away due to "blunt force trauma".
Local journalists posted images of the scene on Twitter.
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Meanwhile, Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba said the city would be working with SAPS to ensure that the incident is investigated.
"We are going to ask for a full report and institute a full investigation on what transpired and the cause for the stampede".
Local media reports suggested fake tickets had gone on sale, while some analysts said fans have a tendency to enter stadiums late.
FNB Stadium is Africa's largest sporting arena, having hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup championship match when the Netherlands defeated Spain, 1-0.
And 10 years before that, 42 people died in a crush between the same two teams at the Oppenheimer Stadium in the city of Orkney.