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Gulam Bodi: ‘My life has come to a standstill’

Left to sell potatoes, the disgraced cricketer says 'sometimes the devil just gets hold of you'.

Cricket SA silent on active match-fixer

Most sources have not gone on the record about match-fixing for fear of damaging relationships, retaliation and violence from underworld figures.

Bodi remains at centre of match-fixing investigation

There is no sign of the syndicate that set cricketer Gulam Bodi up to fix or improperly influence Ram Slam matches and take the fall.

Cricket spot-fixing claim shakes SA

Mervyn Westfield’s playing career was over in his early 20s after spending a short stint in prison.

Hansie Cronje: The shame-faced hero

Ten years after his death in a mysterious plane crash, South Africa's former cricket captain Hansie Cronje remains an enigmatic figure in the sport.

Cricket once again undermined by self-interest

Cricket officials in Canada had a hard time of it this week, writes Neil Manthorp.

CSA’s Khan: board has time to learn Companies’ Act

Cricket SA's (CSA) acting president, AK Khan, says the federation's board has not left it too late to familiarise itself with the Companies' Act.

Hansie Cronje match-fixing scandal to be reopened

Indian police will reopen the match-fixing scandal case involving the late South African cricket captain Hansie Cronje.

Butt to appeal match-fixing sentence

Salman Butt, convicted of match-fixing with two Pakistan teammates, has filed an appeal against a 30-month prison sentence handed down to him.

Will jail terms for match-fixing deter cheats?

The jail terms dished out to three cricket players convicted of match-fixing could deter others, and might bring back the sport's credibility.

Pakistan cricketers wait on possible jail sentences

The three Pakistan cricketers convicted match-fixing are due to find out if they will spend time in jail for their role in the corruption scandal.

Botham demands lax ICC act on fixing

Former England captain Ian Botham says the ICC needs to cut off the head of the match-fixing snake following 11 years inactivity.

Cricket world reels from Butt, Asif spot-fixing verdict

Eleven years after South Africa's Hansie Cronje was banned for life for taking bribes, the cricket world has taken another match-fixing blow.

Pakistan’s new cricket chief to tackle Pakistan’s challenges

After an attack on Sri Lankan players two years ago, Zaka Ashraf says Pakistan has to work hard to bring international cricket back to the country.

Cricket Australia sees red over match-fixing claims

Cricket Australia's chief executive says claims made about Australian match-fixing are "outlandish and made by a person of dubious repute".

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