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Broadcaster SuperSport International Signs Renewal Deal With Cricket South Africa

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 17 / 15

Cricket South Africa confirmed a renewal deal with broadcast partner SuperSport Int'l that will see the channel remain on board as the pay TV rights holder for Sub-Saharan Africa for another six years. SuperSport will also remain the host broadcaster for all home int'l matches during this period. In...

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