The two soccer bosses were set to clash in the Safa general elections in Kempton Park last year, however both pulled out of the bout, thereby giving the winner's belt to Kirsten Nemanthandi.
Jordaan has already taken up a temporary position with Fifa's 2014 WC inspection team and has stated publically that he will not be returning to his old job at the helm of the South African mother body.
It has also been speculated in the media that Jordaan would be challenging for the top job in the Confederation of African Football when the continental body holds its annual meetings from September 15-23, in Cairo.
The various standing committees will converge at the secretariat of the continent's soccer governing body to discuss and deliberate on issues relating to football development.
The Inter-club Committee will open the meetings on September 15, and the Executive Committee will wrap up proceedings with their final session on Thursday, September 23.
Now, unconfirmed reports have emerged that Orlando Pirates' chairman, Khoza, is being urged to contest the position currently held by Issa Hayatou. The sources say that the Iron Duke has strong backing from within the ruling ANC party.
Whether this does materialise remains to be seen, but if one of the two South Africans does contest the CAF presidency, they can be assured of support because CAF itself is divided between French-speaking countries and an English-speaking faction.