South African broadcaster, DStv, has secured the right to broadcast the 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL).
The development gives Zimbabwe’s cricket fans an opportunity to watch local hero Sikandar Raza live in action in the IPL.
According to NewsDay, Raza became the fourth Zimbabwean to sign for an IPL side after Tatenda Taibu, Raymond Price, and Brendan Taylor.
The Indian Premier League is a men’s Twenty20 cricket league held annually in India.
On Friday, SuperSport announced that they will broadcast all the matches for this edition of the IPL. It said:
Following updated conversations with the rights holder, DStv can confirm that all Indian Premier League matches in 2023 will be broadcast on SuperSport.
Your World of Champions SuperSport reached a commercial agreement with the rights holders to broadcast the IPL, starting today (yesterday).
All 74 matches of the 16th tournament will be broadcast live. Marc Jury, chief executive of SuperSport, said:
We are very happy to have reached an agreement to continue our partnership with the IPL that extends back to the inaugural event in 2008.
The opening fixture, between the Gujarat Titans and Chennai Super Kings, was broadcast live on SuperSport.
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MAN CAUSES SCENE AT WIFE’S WORKPLACE
A man caused a scene at his wife’s workplace in Harare yesterday, accusing her of infidelity. Tinashe Ganiwa said his wife of 12 years, Virginia Ganiwa, was seeing her married driving instructor, Six Mukwidze.
He claimed that the two met when his wife was a learner driver in Belvedere sometime last year.
He told H-Metro that the cheats took their relationship to another level when they visited Virginia’s parents…Continue Reading