For 2015, SuperSport paid the league just over R406-million as broadcast rights holders.
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Absa, title sponsor of the Absa Premiership, calls supporters backing locals.
The Telkom Knockout has also not moved an inch, 10 years on, from rewarding its champions with R4-million.Last season saw one lucky fan, Steven Chauke from Johannesburg become an instant millionaire through the Kick for a Million fan competition.The Absa Premiership alongside all other sponsors in the PSL can do better than R10 million.For more info click here.The 2018/19 Absa Premiership, woza Nazo, fixtures: Limpopo Derby.
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"This is a historic day the release"d then PSL chief executive Kjetil Siem as saying.
We call on fans to continue to celebrate each of the 16 teams, their supporters and the way they show their.What's bizarre about the PSL's decision to remunerate the teams exactly the same as a decade ago is that according to its own financial statement, sponsorship increases annually.Dont have an Absa Account?It's not only knockout competitions which have been staggeringly stagnant over the past decade.Absa, who are the title sponsors of the Absa Premiership, have launched the second edition of Woza Nazo as fans are encouraged to celebrate the wins, spectacular goals and energy in the various stadiums across the country through Bring Your Voice an initiative to give.One of Percy Tau, Siphesihle Ndlovu and Hlompho Kekana will get the same when they contest for the category next Tuesday.The R10 million is like peanuts to some players who make that in a year in the PSL.Come on absa you can do better than R10 million!Africanacity is the creative expression of the new Absa brand.The Group Executive of Marketing and Corporate Affairs at Absa, slingo promo code Bobby Malabie said:Our new way of doing things doesnt only mean a refreshed logo it will also come alive in the Absa Premiership season.