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PSL officials in South Africa

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The Premier Soccer League (PSL) board of governors on Tuesday left the country for South Africa where they are set to take part in a one-day seminar to familiarise with that country’s league.

Acting chief executive officer of the PSL Kennedy Ndebele yesterday confirmed the trip.

He said the PSL officials wanted to see how the South African Premiership handle their marketing strategies.

“We also want to see how the South Africans organise their competitions and do their finance management.

“The other reason for the trip is we want to explore how they attract sponsorship and handle television rights,” he said.

The board of governors team will get the chance to watch a Premiership match on Wednesday night before coming back on Thursday.

Top South Africa Premiership side Kaizer Chiefs will be taking on Moroka Swallows at Lofus Versveld stadium.

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