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SA football agents to be prosecuted for price fixing

A statement released by the Competition Commission, SAFIA and its members "agreed to charge soccer players and coaches a standard 10% commission fee".

CSA’s match-fixing investigation is not over but the worst is probably behind us

There are always people who will believe the big fish have been let off the hook but proving it is another story.

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.

Stage set for match-fixing farce

Fifa and the South African authorities have shown little interest in confronting a scandal that weighs on Bafana's image.

NZ cricketers investigated for match fixing

Former Test opener Lou Vincent has confirmed he is one of three New Zealand past players being investigated for match fixing by the ICC.

Match fixing accused Safa referee released on bail

South African Football Association referee Clifford Malgas, accused of match fixing, has been granted R5 000 bail by the Cape Town District Court.

Dravid calls for criminalisation of match fixing

Fixing cricket matches must be made a criminal offence to strike fear into the hearts of potential offenders, says former India skipper Rahul Dravid.

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.

New evidence of match-fixer’s Lesotho offer

In 2012, the Lesotho Football Supporters Association raised the alarm about possible match-fixing, but the LFA has not investigated the allegations.

Safa bosses lash out at media for tarnishing SA’s image

Football bosses have claimed that the media and those who leak information about Safa's poor governance are damaging the country's reputation.

Sports department denounces leak of Fifa letter

The sports ministry has stated that they are “disappointed and taken aback” that a recent letter to them by Fifa was leaked to the media.

Parliament demands full investigation into Safa

Parliament says it wants a full investigation into the affairs of the powerful South African Football Association, especially its financial affairs.

Fifa orders probe into Safa match-fixing

A match-fixing scandal involving the national soccer team is to be investigated by an independent judicial inquiry with backing from Fifa.

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