Former Botswana Football Association (BFA) general secretary Mooketsi Kgotlele has been banned for life by FIFA after he was found guilty of manipulating international matches.
In a statement, FIFA said its Adjudicatory Chamber had found Kgotlele accepted bribes following a six-month investigation.
He has also been fined CHF50,000 (£41,000/$51,000/€45,000).
No further details have been released but FIFA said the allegations against the former BFA official "stem from an extensive investigation into various attempts to manipulate international matches for betting purposes by Mr Wilson Raj Perumal, a known match-fixer".
The sanction, which came into force yesterday, bans Kgotlele from "all football-related activities (administrative, sports or any other) at both national and international level".
It came as part of a long-running investigation into convicted Singaporean match-fixer Perumal, arrested and jailed in Finland in 2011 for fixing top-tier football matches in the country.
In April, FIFA banned for life seven current and former footballers for their involvement in match-fixing.
Karlon Murray and Keyeno Thomas of Trinidad and Tobago, Malawi's Hellings Mwakasungula, Sierra Leone's Ibrahim Kargbo, Benin's Séïdath Tchomogo, Cuba's Leonel Duarte and Afghanistan’s Mohammad Salim Israfeel Kohistani were those given bans.
FIFA did not give any details on which matches the individuals had attempted to influence.