SAFA has lifted the suspension of the five officials following FIFA's report on match fixing.
The five officials are president Kristen Nematandani, CEO Dennis Mumble, Ace Kika, Barney Kujane and Adeel Carlesee.
The five were suspended almost a month ago after reports that some of Bafana Bafana's games just before the 2010 FIFA World Cup were fixed, due to the involvement of Football 4 U.
During an executive meeting on Thursday, as well as a meeting with minister Fikile Mbalula, they decided that there was not enough evidence to suspend the officials.
Talking to the Siya crew after a NEC meeting today, reinstated president Nematandani said that there were some irreguralities in the way the emergency committee conducted their business in putting the five officials on leave.
"As I speak here now, together with the CEO Dennis Mumble and the other office staff have been reinstated. However, a new process following the right procedures will be followed and if there is anything that will happen, it will be decided by NEC after the Afcon," he said.
"We want to come to the root of this and as I have said I am clean and I want them to prove that," Nematandani concluded.