The South African Rugby Union is satisfied with the explanation given by star lock Eben Etzebeth following an incident in Langebaan on Saturday night.
Etzebeth took to Facebook on Sunday to deny allegations on social media that he had physically or racially abused members of the public after an apparent confrontation at a pub in the West Coast town.
Sport24 reported that Etzebeth was accompanied by his brother Ryen, cousin Emile and a number of other family and friends at Die Watergat pub on Saturday night, and that a scuffle had broken out with another group of people.
That was reportedly followed by another incident later in a Langebaan street, where a man was injured.
SA Rugby released a statement on Monday, in which they said that they had spoken to Etzebeth ahead of the Springbok World Cup squad announcement at 3pm.