Ex-Protea Alviro Petersen cries foul over match-fixing probe, investigator rubbishes 'nonsense' claims

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Alviro Petersen (Gallo)
Alviro Petersen (Gallo)

Former Proteas batsman Alviro Petersen has revisited the contentious 2015/16 Ram Slam T20 match-fixing scandal that engulfed Cricket South Africa, claiming his treatment in the investigation bordered on prejudice.

Speaking at Cricket South Africa's (CSA's) Cricket for Social Justice and Nation-building (SJN) hearings on Thursday, Petersen admitted his own wrongdoing with regards to not reporting fixing approaches at the time or in time, but he believes the investigative process that followed was blighted with unfair treatment.

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