The former South Africa player Alviro Petersen has been banned from cricket for two years after admitting sitting in on meetings where plans were hatched to fix matches in the domestic Twenty20 competition.
The 36 year old Petersen is the latest player to be banned in the scandal after admitting he failed to disclose details of an approach to fix matches, not co-operate with investigators, and concealing and destroying information relevant to the investigation.
Petersen, who played 36 tests between 2010 and 2015, said earlier this year he had uncovered the conspiracy to fix games.
Cricket South Africa says Petersen had not tried to fix a match, or received any payment to do so.
Petersen cannot be involved in any international or domestic matchuntil November 2018.