The most common complaint from followers on Twitter is that the match continued 'as if nothing had happened'.
We also include positive statements made by Safa, the players and Amakhosi coach Steve Komphela. First, here's what Komphela had to say after the game.
"Before one can even talk about the game, we have to send our deepest condolences to the souls that were lost at this game.
"We'd also like to wish a speedy recovery to those who are injured and it doesn't matter how we feel even after this great result. May those families be given strength and may God Almighty be with them and give them more strength to pass this period," said Komphela.
RIP to the 2 fans who lost their lives at the game today. Wishing the families strength in this tough time. You are in our prayers— Tendai Ndoro (@Tendain07) July 29, 2017
Very sad news to hear about those fans passed on,our thoughts are with them and there families,to those who are injured get well soon.— Willard Katsande (@WillardKatsande) July 29, 2017
Condolences to the family and friends of the victims of the stampede Speedy recovery to all injured Thoughts and prayers to all affected— Hlompho Kekana (@Hlompho_Kekana) July 29, 2017
Carling Black Label Cup Statement pic.twitter.com/w8XYyAimtp— thandi merafe (@thandi_399) July 29, 2017
RIP to the football fans who lost their lives coming 2 do something they love today. Our Prayers are wit the families pic.twitter.com/zWau1skG5E— Oupa Manyisa (@OupaManyisa20) July 29, 2017
My sincere condolences to the families of the fans,that tragically died at the CBL Derby. Sad news. Forever in our hearts @KaizerChiefs— Keagan Buchanan (@keagan_buchanan) July 30, 2017
Saddened by the loss of 2 lives & the numerous injuries occurred at the Derby.Sending prayers & condolences to all affected in this tragedy— Dean Furman (@de4no22) July 29, 2017
Amazed at the number of SA Football tweeps eager to ignore yesterday's fatalities and discuss a gimmick friendly. Unbelievable.— Neal Collins (@nealcol) July 30, 2017
FNB Stadium management says CCTV footage reveals how members of the public without tickets attempted to breach security.— SAfm news (@SAfmnews) July 30, 2017
@robertmarawa So fans lose their lives in FNB stadium stampede, and the "friendly" game continues as if nothing happened,I'm disappointed!— Bro Percy (@OrapelengMonamo) July 29, 2017