Sources : @Cricinfo
South Africa will host the first Africa T20 Cup as a curtain raiser to the domestic season. Makhaya Ntini, the former South Africa fast bowler, is the face of the 16-team event, which will see 13 South African provincial sides compete with Zimbabwe, Namibia and Kenya and will run for a month from September 4 to October 4.
If CLT20 scrapped, it will give chance to CSA to organize this 16 teams mega event during window of CLT20.
This is group structure for Africa T20 Cup 2015.
Pool A (Sept 4-6, Benoni) Easterns, Northerns, Zimbabwe, Western Province
Pool B (Sept 11-13, Potchefstroom) North West, KZN Inland, Border, Boland
Pool C (Sept 18-20, Kimberley) Griquas, Namibia, KZN, Eastern Province
Pool D (Sept 25-27, Bloemfontein) Free State, SWD, Gauteng, Kenya