SAPS KZN Spokesperson Jay Naicker says they are going through the footage of fans invading the Moses Mabhida stadium.
Violence erupted just after the final whistle when Kaizer Chiefs fans invaded the pitch after their team’s 2-0 loss to Free State Stars in the semi-final of the Nedbank Cup.
Eighteen people were admitted to hospital for treatment for various injuries but they have all been discharged.
Naicker says they are reviewing the footage to identify more suspects and hopefully leading to more arrests.
He says the police have requested through the media for people to come forward with names of suspects.
“This process has been going well so far. Names are coming up and our investigators are working on it. We are confident that more arrests are imminent,” says Naicker.
Meanwhile, Premier Soccer League chairperson Irvin Khoza has apologised to the nation following the incident.