Left to sell potatoes, the disgraced cricketer says 'sometimes the devil just gets hold of you'.
Fifa and the South African authorities have shown little interest in confronting a scandal that weighs on Bafana's image.
Former Test opener Lou Vincent has confirmed he is one of three New Zealand past players being investigated for match fixing by the ICC.
South African Football Association referee Clifford Malgas, accused of match fixing, has been granted R5 000 bail by the Cape Town District Court.
Fixing cricket matches must be made a criminal offence to strike fear into the hearts of potential offenders, says former India skipper Rahul Dravid.
In 2012, the Lesotho Football Supporters Association raised the alarm about possible match-fixing, but the LFA has not investigated the allegations.
Fifa have written to the South African government warning them against a judicial inquiry into the recent soccer match-fixing scandals.
Players and officials allegedly accepted large sums of money to throw a football match.
Football heads have vowed to excise the "cancer" of match-fixing, but said tougher laws were needed to protect the bruised integrity of the sport.
Hundreds of soccer matches have been fixed in a global betting scam in a blow to the image of soccer and a multibillion-dollar industry.
The debacle over reinstating officials linked to match fixing is opening up old divisions in the soccer body, writes Carlos Amato.
The ICC has launched an "urgent investigation" after allegations were levelled by India TV that several umpires were willing to fix matches for money.
An appeals court has upheld the convictions of a disgraced cricketer and an agent who were jailed for separate incidents of match fixing.
The coach of Serie A champions Juventus has been implicated in the match-fixing scandal that continues to rock Italian soccer.
Kings XI Punjab's acting captain David Hussey has defended his team's integrity amid allegations of corruption in the Indian Premier League.
Safa has welcomed a delegation of Fifa investigators who have arrived in SA to look into cases of alleged match-fixing ahead of the 2010 World Cup.
The jury in the fixing trial of former Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif was sent home in the hope they can reach a majority decision.
The South African Football Association said on Tuesday it wants to believe that two of its World Cup warm-up games last year were fair.
Fifa is investigating claims that over 300 matches on three continents were influenced by match-fixers, media reported on Friday.