JOHANNESBURG: The teams hosting the final and the semi-final will depend on the host teams advance through their group phase as well as their hosting capabilities during the competition.
Cricket South Africa has launched the fourth edition of Africa T20, this means that it will feature four teams, Nigeria, Ghana alongside Mpumalanga and Limpopo that will be taking part in the 28/19 season.
The competition will begin on 14-16 and 23-24 September, where will see jam-packed days of Cricket.
This competition consists of 20 participating teams in the 12 CSA Affiliates, three Associate Members, and the five guest African countries. They have been drawn into four pools of five, with the winners of each group advancing through to the semi-finals.
The teams hosting the final and the semi-final will depend on the host teams advance through their group phase as well as their hosting capabilities during the competition. This is set to take place on the 23rd and 24th of September.
With the addition of Ghana and Nigeria to the existing African countries, the competition will include five African nations, with Kenya, Namibia and full International Cricket Council (ICC) member, Zimbabwe, taking part once again.
Tournament fixtures and times will be confirmed in due course.
Pool A (Pietermaritzburg)
KwaZulu Natal Inland
Pool B (Oudtshoorn)
South Western Districts
Pool C (East London)
Pool D (Paarl)