SACA expresses "concern and disappointment"
The South African Cricketers Association has called for an "independent review" into what has caused the postponement of the T20 Global League.
"This has a very significant impact on a large number of local and overseas players, all of whom have signed contracts to play in the league," Tony Irish, chief executive of SACA, said. "Some players turned down other opportunities in order to commit themselves to these contracts. We will be looking at all implications of this for players, including what compensation should be paid to them."
"SACA is well aware of the fact that this will also affect various other groups including franchises, coaches and stadium owners. I think it will be necessary for CSA to appoint its own independent review into what has actually transpired here as there are significant implications across South African cricket."
Firdose Moonda is ESPNcricinfo's South Africa correspondent