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The SABC has released some details of the agreement it has reached with the Multi-Choice Group, Supersport and the Premier Soccer League (PSL). According to the deal the SABC is allowed to broadcast the PSL matches on its radio and television stations with effect from today. No PSL matches have been shown since the beginning of the season this month. This was because the SABC was expected to pay Supersport R280 million for 144 matches per year for a period of five years. The SABC said it did not have the money. The SABC’s acting Chief Operations Officer, Craig van Rooyen explains what the agreement entails: “There will be 66 matches over a series of games through the season and those will include the Absa Premiership matches, MTN 8, Telkom Knockout as well as the Nedbank Cup. We won’t have to go into these kind of negotiations in the following years. I assure the public that there will never be a blackout for PSL within the next five years.”


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