SA to host ODI World Cup in 2027 along with Zim, Namibia

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The ICC announced South Africa will host the One-Day World Cup in 2027 together with Zimbabwe and Namibia.
The ICC announced South Africa will host the One-Day World Cup in 2027 together with Zimbabwe and Namibia.

South Africa will host cricket’s One-Day World Cup in 2027 together with Zimbabwe and Namibia, giving the country and its neighbours a major boost.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced this yesterday as part of naming host nations for every major men’s limited-overs event between 2024 and 2031.

In this great opportunity for sport in South Africa, the country will be hosting the 50-over One-Day World Cup for the second time since 2003, when Zimbabwe was also a co-host.

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