Cricket South Africa’s much-hyped flagship T20 league faces more problems after the original Global T20 owners insisted on retaining their rights to their franchises.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the South African Cricketers’ Association (Saca) have agreed to a one-week delay in signing the MOU18.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) is facing a busy time in court as T20 Global League (GLT20) franchise owners fight for ‘their rights’.
North West Cricket visited Potchefstroom High School for Boys to hand over cricket equipment and machinery as part of the CSA Focus School Initiative.
The future of the Global League T20, which was cancelled last year, will be decided on Sunday, says CSA interim CEO Thabang Moroe.
South African cricketers, across the board, are understandably getting nervous over the fact that the contract which governs their pay and conditions will expire on 30 April.
CSA formulated plans to conclude a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the South African Cricketers’ Association (Saca) as a matter of urgency on Wednesday.
Cricket South Africa acting CEO Thabang Moroe has denied hosting a press briefing to which only black journalists were invited.
CSA is reportedly close to confirming player payouts after the postponement of the Global T20 League.
After a year’s break, Ram couriers have brought CSA a welcome financial package by again backing the domestic T20 tournament.
Proteas players are expected to play in the domestic T20 Challenge, which has moved forward to fill the vacuum left by the Global League.
Cricket South Africa is bracing itself for a massive financial hit from the first Global League T20.
Haroon Lorgat, the outgoing CEO of Cricket South Africa, says the forthcoming Global League T20, despite its uncertainty, is one of his success stories.
Momentum has extended its sponsorship with Cricket South Africa for the next five years, until 2022.
Haroon Lorgat says that Ottis Gibson seems to have all the qualities that CSA would look for in a coach.