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Illegal betting syndicates target MSL cricket

Cricket, wittingly or unwittingly, is host to an alternate society of parasitic fixers, gangsters and business people who trade in extortion

Cheated, we turn to a superhero

South Africa has descended into a hell and we are pinning our hopes on Shamila Batohi to rescue us

Caught at last, a brazen Jo’burg con artist must face the music

For years it seemed to all those people caught in Tracy Morrison’s intricate webs of deceit that she would never be called to account

Picturing my kingdom as an island

Isolation from the rest of the world can be exasperating, but it’s what Zexiteers crave

Match-fixing case against Hansie Cronje suspended

Although a New Delhi court has permitted a match-fixing case against Hansie Cronje and others, proceedings were suspended due to his death.

Hansie Cronje died in vain

We're told the media must speak for the voiceless but when we do, we're told to show them the error of their ways, writes Chris Roper.

Cricketer claims he lied to King commission

One of the cricketers who testified against Hansie Cronje says he lied to the King commission of inquiry into the match-fixing saga.

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.

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.

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