Cricket South Africa is planning to launch a new Twenty20 league to be played in late 2017.
According to BBC Sport, the country’s current T20 Challenge series consists of six teams but the new T20 Global League would be made up of eight city-based franchises.
“We are confident the window we have chosen will make it possible to attract top-class players,” said CSA chief executive Haroon Lorgat.
CSA informed the International Cricket Council of its plans this week.
A worldwide tender has been put out by CSA and the deadline for expressions of interest is Friday, 3 March.
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