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PSL players in a fix
Sunday World South Africa

PSL players in a fix

SAST 2016 NOTORIOUS match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal has apparently been active in South Africa again, with police statements indicating that Premier Soccer League players will have to mount a strong defence at a PSL disciplinary committee hearing ... Sunday World South Africa, 1 month ago
Times Live South Africa

Soccer Raj Perumal back in the limelight

The PSL has filed charges against eight officials and players, who will appear before the committee on Wednesday. University of Pretoria goalkeeper Washington Arubi, Polokwane City keeper George Chigova and defender Lebohang Motumi, and ...
 Times Live South Africa1 month ago
Makamba Online

LIMPOPOGATE . . . Zim, SA authorities meet in Cape Town today . . . More details expected to emerge from indaba

Minister Hlongwane Robson SharukoSenior Sports MORE graphic details of LIMPOPOGATE, the match-fixing scandal that exploded last week, are expected to emerge today after an emergency high-powered joint meeting of Zimbabwean and South African ...
 Zimbabwe Daily1 month ago SA, Zim soccer authorities meet in Cape Town amid match-fixing revelations  Makamba Online1 month ago Zimbabwe, SA authorities meet in Cape Town today over match fixing  Harare241 month ago

Zimbabwe: Terry Steans - My Strory

THE sporting world is facing an unprecedented crisis. Thanks to globalisation -- a phenomenon never previously seen -- the sports gambling markets and organised crime have turned football into a cash cow and are now internationalised, as are the ...
 AllAfrica.com1 month ago Anti-corruption consultant: My story  Bulawayo24 News1 month ago Terry Steans: My strory  Zimbabwe Daily1 month ago

Soccer Supporters Group Urges Zifa to Punish Suspected Match Fixers

HARARE— Zimbabwe National Soccer Supporters Association life president Eddie Mboma Nyatanga says all those allegedly involved in the match-fixing scandal should be arrested and prosecuted. Nyatanga says the Zimbabwe Football Association erred ...
 VOA News1 month ago

Zifa Chief Says Net Closing on Warriors Match Fixing Suspects

WASHINGTON DC— Zimbabwe Football Association president, Philiph Chiyangwa, says police are expected to arrest some of the former Warriors players and others allegedly involved in a fresh national soccer match-fixing scandal. Chiyangwa says all ...
 VOA News1 month ago
Zimbabwe Herald

Rushwaya fixing extended to South Africa

A MEMBER of a shadowy Asian betting syndicate, which plotted to fix matches in the South African Premiership and is accused by ZIFA of trying to manipulate Zimbabwe's 2017 Nations Cup qualifiers against Swaziland, allegedly boasted of raking in $2 ...
 Bulawayo24 News1 month ago Rushwaya fixing extended to SA  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago Zimbabwe/South Africa: Rushwaya Fixing Extended to SA  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
Zimbabwe Herald

MMATCH-FIXING SCANDAL : THE CHIEF UNMASKED

AN Asian match-fixer, who is part of a cartel accused by ZIFA of plotting to fix Zimbabwe's 2017 Nations Cup qualifiers against Swaziland and manipulating games in the South African Premiership, plunged back into the underworld business just 10 ...
 Zimbabwe Daily1 month ago Fixer Unmasked  Equities.com1 month ago Zimbabwe: Fixer Unmasked  AllAfrica.com1 month ago Mar 13, 2016  Zimbabwe Daily1 month ago
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