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The man Cronje fingered

Apr 9, 2018: Pieter Strydom played ten ODIs and two Tests for South Africa, and it is forever his cross to bear that his name will be associated with the fixing scandal that broke in April 2000

Sidharth Monga

'My issue is that cricket is inherently not a black man's game in South Africa'

Aug 27, 2016: Daryll Cullinan talks about the influence of football in the country, the complexities of transformation, and his feelings about Hansie Cronje

Interview by Gaurav Kalra

How the ACSU really works

Hell in a handcart

Apr 8, 2015: Ed Hawkins says that the ICC has failed to deal properly with the issue of corruption in cricket

Ed Hawkins


A word in your ear

Mar 7, 2015: When Bob Woolmer and Hansie Cronje fell foul of the ICC in their attempt to use technology to help their communication

Martin Williamson

The Cronje match-fixing saga

The Cronje chronicles

Jul 22, 2013: A timeline of the Hansie Cronje match-fixing episode from 2000 and the impact on the players named

ESPNcricinfo staff


Delhi Police files chargesheet in 2000 fixing case

Jul 22, 2013: Hanse Cronje is the only cricketer named in the chargesheet filed by the Delhi Police in a trial court on Monday, a full 13 years after the fixing scandal broke

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Champions League Twenty20 2011

The man who played White Lightning

Sep 27, 2011: Meet Dane Vilas, the Cape Cobras wicketkeeper who performed the role of Allan Donald in Hansie - a movie on Cronje's life

Nitin Sundar in Chennai

The Grinch who stole cricket

Jul 1, 2010: Just when his country had made it back into the fold after the years of apartheid came Cronje to end the innocence

Telford Vice


Players' chief warns of Twenty20 match-fixing

Feb 16, 2010: Tim May, the chief executive of the international players union FICA, has warned that Twenty20 cricket is 'ripe for corruption'

ESPNcricinfo staff

Big-time brutality

Dec 10, 2009: Virender Sehwag made one of the fastest double-hundreds of all time last week. We look at some of Test cricket's other most savage and decisive innings

Sriram Veera

Kevin Pietersen

Simple man, simple plan

Oct 10, 2008: England's new captain may not be too experienced, but no one could be more up for the job

Will Luke

Captain marvel

Sep 4, 2008: After Kevin Pietersen's success, we take a look at 11 other captains who made a mark early in their reign

Andrew McGlashan

South African cricket

Movie on Cronje's life complete

Aug 6, 2008: 'Hansie' scheduled for release across Africa on September 24

Ajay S Shankar

South African cricket

Cronje barred from Hall of Fame

Mar 17, 2008: Hansie Cronje, the former South African captain who was banned from cricket after pleading guilty to match-fixing allegations, will not be posthumously inducted in to South Africa's Sports Hall of Fame

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Bad boys

Jan 31, 2008: In a week where Shane Bond's international career appears to have been prematurely ended by the Indian board, we look at XI other examples of players being banned

Martin Williamson and Andrew Miller

Cooking delights and Shakespearean drama

Nov 5, 2007: Cricketers turn chefs, Sajid Mahmood gets fined for smoking, and two famous right hands get some well-deserved recognition

George Binoy

His brother Frans to produce $8 million film

A much-due celluloid redemption for Hansie Cronje

Sep 29, 2007: A film based on the life of the late Hansie Cronje, the former South Africa captain, is currently under production. 'Hansie' is produced by Cronje's screenwriter brother, Frans

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Cricinfo XI

I fought the law

Nov 9, 2006: Former Zimbabwe batsman Mark Vermeulen's appearance in court in Harare charged with arson is not the first time that cricketers have found themselves in trouble with the law

Andrew Miller and Martin Williamson


An offer too good to be true

Oct 28, 2006: At Centurion in January 2000 Hansie Cronje offered Nasser Hussain a target so generous that he 'couldn't believe it'. Only now do we know why ...

Martin Williamson

Cronjegate resurfaces

Earpieces were not for betting

Oct 23, 2006: Bob Woolmer says that normal service needs to resume again soon for Pakistan

Bob Woolmer
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