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CSA presses on with T20 league despite myriad obstacles

Cricket South Africa has decided not to cancel its domestic T20 competition – set to start on November 9 – despite the absence of a media-rights deal, major stars or even a name.

It is the second consecutive year the governing body finds itself with no commercial rights deals shortly before the beginning of the competition. Last year, this ended in the cancellation of the T20 Global League and a loss of over $14m.

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