Hawks denies domestic match-fixing probe is underway

The Hawks ‘hasn’t received any information’ from the CSA after it charged Gulam Bodi.

Gulam Bodi. Picture: CSA Facebook page.

CAPE TOWN - The Hawks has confirmed they're not investigating allegations of match-fixing in domestic cricket.

The cricketing world was rocked last week when revelations of match fixing surfaced in domestic cricket.

Former Proteas player Gulam Bodi has been charged by Cricket South Africa (CSA) for his role as an intermediary in alleged spot fixing during the 2015 Ram Slam Challenge.

The Hawks says it has not received any information from CSA.

Last week, CSA confirmed Bodi is the intermediary charged under its anti-corruption code.

Reports suggest four former Proteas players and four domestic cricketers were offered money by Bodi, to underperform in the 2015 Ram Slam Challenge.

Hawks spokesperson Hangwani Mulaudzi says they have not launched an investigation.

"There are no investigations from our side. That is where we stand as it is."

CSA and the International Cricket Council (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit have declined to comment as the investigation is ongoing.