Goodbye SABC as Cricket SA seeks Mzansi Super League lifeline – The Citizen

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With the Mzansi Super League predicted to make a loss of more than R100 million next season, Cricket South Africa (CSA) have decided to make drastic changes to the T20 tournament, informed sources have told The Citizen. The MSL made a loss of at least R80 million in its first year in 2018 and last year’s tournament would almost surely have had even more of a deficit. For this reason, cash-strapped CSA have reportedly decided to ditch SABC as the broadcast rights-holders, for which they paid nothing, and have put control of the teams under the auspices of the six… Source

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