Cricket South Africa
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Cricket South Africa (CSA) has teamed up with rights partner, pay-television broadcaster SuperSport, to announce the launch of a new “world-class” Twenty20 competition following the collapse of previous efforts to form a T20 Global League.
The inaugural season of Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) T20 Global League has been postponed for one year until November 2018 just days after the national governing body revealed that it was set to post a significant loss on the launch edition of the Twenty20 tournament.