This from sacricketmag.com:
Gulam Bodi’s downfall as match-fixer was orchestrated by a carefully planned trap set by Cricket South Africa’s anti-corruption unit and his former teammate, Alviro Petersen.
Petersen, the latest and most high-profile player to be linked with the match-fixing scandal in the Ram Slam tournament that rocked South African cricket, revealed this in an interview with Rapport newspaper.
His Lions teammates Thami Tsolekile and Lonwabo Tsotsobe, who haven’t played cricket since the scandal came to light, have also been linked with the investigation into the matter.
Bodi was banned in January from cricket for 20 years after admitting guilt to a charge of corruption. CSA have subsequently refused to make public any more details of what transpired until the investigation has been concluded.
Petersen told Rapport how he came to be involved in the scandal, despite being asked by CSA not to divulge any information for now, but Petersen told the newspaper he feels his reputation and future are on the line.
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