VIDEO: Gqeberha Crowd Sings Fantastic 'Zu Pe Pe' During Sunrisers Eastern Cape vs Paarl Royals SA20 Match

VIDEO: Gqeberha Crowd Sings Fantastic 'Zu Pe Pe' During Sunrisers Eastern Cape vs Paarl Royals SA20 Match

  • The SA20 cricket tournament has proven to be a spectacular success for local and international viewers
  • It was the first time that full capacity has been allowed at cricket stadiums since the lockdown began in 2020
  • St. George's Park in Gqeberha is known as the liveliest cricket venue in the country, and it did not disappoint recently

The SA20 tournament is proving to be successful on and off the pitch.

The crowds have filled out stadiums across the country for the first time in nearly three years since the start of the Covid-19 lockdown in March 2020.

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The crowd at St. George's Park and the commentators get into it. Image source: SuperSport Cricket.
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St. George's Park in Gqeberha is easily the country's liveliest ground in South Africa, and it did not disappoint during a recent match between Sunrisers Eastern Cape Town and Paarl Royals.

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