The Big Bash League, which will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, has announced the names of the next two Big Bash teams in the coming months.
First up is the South African side, with a new coach being announced this week.
The team will be coached by former South Africa Test cricketer and former West Indies all-rounder, Shaun Tait, and former England all-rounder, Ben Stokes.
The team will field a mix of current and former stars of the sport.
Former Australian batsman and former Test opener Shaun Marsh, who played for both England and South Africa, is expected to be the head coach.
Former Australian skipper David Warner, who is currently with the New Zealand side, is set to take over the South Africa role.
He is expected be the next head coach after retiring from the game, having served as the first South African to coach an international side.
Former England and Test bowler Michael Vaughan will be the other new coach.
The 35-year-old former England and New Zealand captain is one of the most experienced and well-respected batsmen in the game.
The 26-year old Vaughan is one the few players in Test cricket who has a history of being a good coach, having won a Test Test century for England.
The announcement of the new South African team follows an announcement that former England Test bowlers James Anderson and David Warner will also be heading up the South Africans team.
Both of these players have already been involved in the national side in previous seasons, with Anderson making the Test team in 2011 and Warner making his Test debut for the South Blacks in 2013.
The announcement comes on the heels of the South American side announcing the names for the teams they will field.
The Mexican side has named a team consisting of former New Zealand and England allrounder, Aaron Finch, and current New Zealand international, Michael Clarke.
The Chilean side announced their roster on Tuesday, with former Test crickshippers and current South African allrounder Ruan Malcorra set to replace Alex Bocanegra.
Both teams will be based in South Africa and will be competing in a group stage tournament in December.