Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA) president Mtutuzeli Nyoka, who is involved in a battle to clean up the South African board of alleged financial irregularities, claimed that his life is at risk.
After returning from the International Cricket Council (ICC) AGM in Hong Kong, Nyoka said two sources had informed him about threat to his life. Nyoka did not reveal the informers but described them as being from "official institutions in the country".
"It wasn't a specific threat, but I was made aware by two different sources that my security is at risk in terms of my own life. I was briefed before I went to Hong Kong about securing my own bags so that no illegal substances could be put into them," Nyoka was quoted as saying by The Star.