Most people had a good time and got home safely, but the night turned ugly for some when they were accosted by thugs as they left the stadium.
Police have consistently said they had a strong presence at the venue.
All the while, Namhla said, South African Police Service (SAPS) was nowhere to be found.
"People's bags are getting snatched, people are losing their phones, people are fighting in the midst of us looking for an Uber", a reveller said in a video posted on YouTube.
"It was so chaotic", said Cydwell Masango who was working a late shift as a pump attendant at the Sasol garage in Ormonde, where the attacks took place. "We as stadium management were not involved in the safety and security of the event as we would normally have been as we did with the Guns N' Roses concert last week Thursday", Grobbelaar said.
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Masango told News24 that he could hear countless people screaming about their cellphones and other personal belongings that were taken from them.
It said it urged South African police "to act swiftly and efficiently".
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In 2013, thieves stole cash takings at the stadium after a Justin Bieber concert.