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CSA Bans Four South African Cricketers Under Anti-Corruption Code
Four South African cricketers have been banned on Monday on charges of match-fixing under Anti-Corruption Code.

Four South African cricketers have been banned on Monday on charges of match-fixing under Anti-Corruption Code.

Four crickets, including former test wicket keeper Thami Tsolekile, Pumelela Matshikwe, Ethy Mbhalati and Jean Symes have been banned for between seven and 12 years for attempting to fix matches.

Former test wicket keeper has been handed a 12-year ban.