Joburg Super Kings left-arm spinner, Aaron Phangiso, has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action.
Phangiso, who plays his provincial cricket for the Titans and has featured in every SA20 game for the Super Kings, was reported by the match officials' team that was in charge of Tuesday's SA20 game between the Super Kings and the Pretoria Capitals.
Phangiso took 4/32 in the game that the Super Kings won by six runs at the Wanderers.
Phangiso's bowling action issue will be handed over to the independent Bowling Action Panel which consists of match referee representative Gerrie Pienaar, former Proteas fast bowler Vernon Philander and Cricket South Africa's high-performance manager Vincent Barnes.
The panel has seven days to review the footage from the game and reach a conclusion, but Phangiso, who has represented the Proteas in 21 ODIs and 16 T20s, will be allowed to play and bowl for the Super Kings.
He is eligible for the Super Kings' fixture against the Sunrisers Eastern Cape in Gqeberha on Saturday.
It's the second time that Phangiso has been reported for a suspect action, with the first instance being in February 2016 after a domestic game.
However, he was cleared the following month and resumed his career.