"Managing player workload is a top priority for any cricket board, and from that perspective, their decision is understandable", PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said.
The focus point of the campaign will be the T20 global match between the Proteas and Australia to be played in Durban on March 22 when both teams will wear black outfits in line with the overall theme.
South Africa has has cifatigue oad as the reason for not playing three Twenty20s in Pakistan next month.
The country then hosted Bangladesh in a three-match T20 series last month and won the opening test against the same opponents in Rawalpindi on Monday. "I have assured my counterpart at the PCB, Wasim Khan, that the tour remains very much on our worldwide schedule".More news: Roku Earnings Beats Estimates Thanks to the Streaming Wars
"I would also like to stress that security was not an issue in asking the PCB for this postponement". The tour will now take place "as soon as it is reasonably possible", Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed in a media release on Friday (February 14).
"We are pleased that the CSA remains committed to rescheduling this short series as soon as practically possible".
The Pakistan tour would have had to be squeezed in between these events. Since 2009, when the Sri Lanka team bus was attacked in Pakistan, only Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka have agreed to tour Pakistan.
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The England tour ends with the third T20 global in Centurion on Sunday and will be followed immediately by three T20 internationals and three one-day internationals against Australia, ending on March 7.
Cape Town - Cricket South Africa (CSA) added its voice and commitment to the fight against femicide and violence against women when it launched its Black Day campaign at the Kingsmead Stadium today.
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