Proposed T20 league already different to predecessors in one aspect

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CSA chief Pholetsi Moseki and chairperson Lawson Naidoo.Photo : Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Image
CSA chief Pholetsi Moseki and chairperson Lawson Naidoo.Photo : Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Image

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Haroon Lorgat lost his job over the establishment of the stillborn Global T20, Thabang Moroe – to a lesser extent – lost his in part to the wastefulness that became the Mzansi Super League, with the total money lost in those “investments” totalling about R235 million.

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