Cricket South Africa
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.
Hosting the inaugural T20 Global League could cost Cricket South Africa (CSA) up to $25m (€21.3m) following delays and difficulties in negotiating media-rights and commercial partnerships surrounding the Twenty20 tournament, it has been revealed.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has today (Thursday) announced the departure of chief executive Haroon Lorgat amid reports of concerns over preparations for its new T20 Global League competition.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) is planning to revamp its domestic Twenty20 competition and introduce a model by which games would be staged outside the country, according to a senior executive.
Four more South African cricketers, including former international player Thami Tsolekile, have been banned from the sport for conspiring to fix matches in the 2015 edition of domestic Twenty20 competition the T20 Challenge Series.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) is to introduce racial quotas as part of a wider effort to address concerns over a lack of transformation across some of the country’s national sports teams.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has today (Monday) imposed a 20-year ban on former national team player Gulam Bodi after he admitted to contriving or attempting to fix matches during last year’s edition of domestic Twenty20 tournament the T20 Challenge Series.
Organisers of the Champions League T20 (CLT20) cricket competition have shelved the event with immediate effect, citing a lack of interest from fans.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has launched a new Twenty20 franchise competition that will serve as the curtain-raiser for the African 2015-16 cricket season.
Cricket South Africa has appointed former national team captain Graeme Smith as the tournament director and brand ambassador of its domestic Twenty20 tournament.
Cricket South Africa has become the first national governing body to speak out against a draft proposal being considered by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to give the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Cricket Australia (CA) greater power in running the sport.