Cricket SA and the SABC will on Wednesday hold a media conference to explain the finer details of a partnership that will see the new T20 Cricket League aired by the public broadcaster. Eyebrows were raised on Tuesday when Cricket SA and SABC announced the three-year partnership for a T20 tournament that is set to take place in November as the public broadcaster’s financial tribulations are well documented. As a result of the deal‚ the SABC will have exclusive official broadcast rights for the sub-Saharan region. This could possibly leave SuperSport International out in the cold. "This is a landmark moment for cricket in SA"‚ said Cricket SA CEO Thabang Moroe. "For the first time SA’s premier public broadcaster will have exclusive rights to a major cricket event," Moroe said. SABC group CEO Madoda Mxakwe further stated: "The SABC treasures the good relationship that we have with Cricket SA‚ which enabled the two parties to enter into this groundbreaking partnership. "It is a good de...

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