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October 11, 2000
Hansie Cronje has been banned for life by the United Cricket Board of South Africa.
The former South African captain admitted to the King Commission that he had accepted money from bookmakers, and that he had offered teammates money to under perform in games.
The ban applies to all cricket related activities involving the UCBSA and its affiliates.
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