The 33-year-old's sanction will be suspended for six months and he would also lose 50 percent of his match from the next one-day international he plays in case of a similar breach, Sri Lanka Cricket said in a statement.
After his return from the Champions Trophy, Malinga had twice breached the terms of his contract by making statements to the media without the prior written consent of the board's Chief Executive Officer, SLC had said while launching a disciplinary inquiry against the fast bowler.
Malinga has been named in the 13-man squad for Sri Lanka's first two ODIs against Zimbabwe at home. The African nation will play five ODIs and a lone test on their tour.
Former South Africa wicketkeeper-batsman Nic Pothas has been named Sri Lanka's interim coach after Graham Ford stepped down last week.
First Published: June 28, 2017, 3:07 PM IST