A CSA statement gave no details about the format of the tournament, which will be played in November and December.
However, it seems unlikely to be as ambitious as the aborted T20 Global League, which was planned for last season but did not take place.
The Global League was to be a city-based franchise tournament, with foreign owners of seven of the eight teams.
Although no details of the number of teams were revealed, it seems unlikely that there will be private ownership of the franchises.
Moroe said the owners who had signed up for last year's league had been refunded their deposits.
The Global League cost CSA an estimated 180 million rand (about $13.7m, 11.7m euros), including compensation pay-outs to 144 players who had been signed.
If all South Africa's leading players are to be available, the tournament will have to start in late November because South Africa will play three one-day internationals and a T20 international in Australia, ending on November 17.
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