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Standard Bank Signs Four-Year Deal Across All Formats With Cricket South Africa

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 19 / 16

Standard Bank confirmed its association with Cricket South Africa on Wednesday in a deal that will see it "become the headline sponsor of the Proteas in all three formats of the game," according to SPORT24. Standard Bank will be the official sponsor of the Proteas for the next four years "acros...

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