Hansie Cronje put up a Fight in a Match Fixing scandal – Nothing was concealed from Commission or the Public. An angry former South African cricket captain Hansie Cronje claimed on July 24, 2001, he had cooperated fully with the King Commission and an investigation into his financial affairs. Nothing has been concealed from the commissioner nor from the public,” said the 31-year- old, who has mounted a High Court challenge to a life ban from cricket after he admitted taking money from bookmakers.
We gave them the account numbers so they could do the forensic audit,” he told in a press conference, rejecting allegations of secret bank accounts and baffling deposits as “unconcealed lies and half-truths”. The Sunday Telegraph in London reported on July 22, 2001, that
Cronje owned eight properties and maintained at least 19 bank accounts into which more than 10 million rands (1.2 million dollars) of deposits were made during his reign as South African cricket captain.