Tsolekile, a former South Africa Test cricketer, was handed a 12-year ban for “contriving to fix a match or matches in the 2015 Ram Slam; failing to disclose to the CSA Anti-Corruption Officer the full details of an approach to engage in corrupt conduct”. Symes was banned for seven years, while Mbhalati was handed a ten-year ban. Petersen, the most prominent of the cricketers who turned out in 36 Tests, 21 T20Is and two T20Is, was banned for two years by CSA after admitting to 13 breaches of the anti-corruption code.