Media reports claimed that senior members of the squad had complained that they were yet to receive their daily allowance of R500, ahead of the friendly against Gabon.
But Safa have released a statement denying the claims.
"For the record, no player in the camp at the moment is owed any outstanding allowances or bonuses as alleged by the report," the statement reads.
"As is the norm within the national team camps, players are paid their allowances and bonuses at the end of each camp.
"For example, for the ongoing Bafana camp which commenced on 21 May 2012, all allowances and bonuses will be captured and submitted for payment at the end of the camp on Monday, 18 June 2012. The monies will reflect in the players' accounts within a week of that date.
"The only exception is with regards to allowances when players are playing outside of South Africa eg the allowances for the Botswana game have been paid to all the players."
Bafana team manager Barney Kujane says there is nothing out of the ordinary regarding payment to the players.
"This is a normal procedure," he says. "This kind of reporting is malicious, inaccurate and sadly a rather typical example of the sensationalism that is increasingly associated with the coverage of issues around football.
"Finally, it is important to place on record that the figures mentioned for the 'win and draw' bonuses whether in official or friendly matches are way off the mark."
The figures mentioned in the report were R60 000 for a win and R40 000 for a draw.