Pakistan cricketers found guilty in betting scam - 02 Nov 2011
Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif have been found guilty of their part in the 'spot-fixing' cricket scam - following a trial at Southwark Crown Court in England. read more
The Qatar 2022 whistleblower, who made a series of allegations of corruption involving FIFA executive committee members and Qatar’s 2022 World Cup bid, has claimed she lied – because she wanted revenge on the team after losing her campaign job. read more
Cricket South Africa president Mtutuzeli Nyoka has made claims that he fears for his life after returning to the country from Hong Kong, where he attended the International Cricket Council’s Annual General Meeting – according to media reports. read more
A secret report by FIFA’s ethics committee suggests that the presidential candidate for football’s governing body, Mohammed bin Hammam, did try to bribe officials during his campaign to defeat long-standing chief Sepp Blatter. read more
A working group led by the IOC and comprising of government ministers, as well as representatives from Interpol, the United Nations, national Olympic committees, international federations, and athletes, has agreed to set up three sub-groups to work on detailed objectives in the fight against irregular and illegal betting in sport. read more
The International Cricket Council has announced its new head of the anti-corruption and security unit (ACSU) - Yogendra Pal Singh, a former Indian policeman - will take over from Ravi Sawani who is retiring, having been in the role since 2007. read more
Former English Football Association chairman Lord Triesman has made claims that four FIFA members sought bribes in a bid to sell their vote during the 2018 World Cup campaign - while two Issa Hayatou of Cameroon and Jacques Anouma of the Ivory Coast have also been caught in the allegations. read more
Whether at the Sharks or at the Springboks, I am going to push for a place to start.
Bismarck du Plessis is ready for his return into the Springbok side after 10 months out with injury.