I could reproduce this in case Sphinx is not installed. Currently PyScaffold tries to install Sphinx locally as egg file but I don't like that solution any more and in Version 3.0 it even breaks. Better is to break directly and tell the user to install Sphinx. So the workaround for you is just to install Sphinx but I will add a better error message.
After creating a new project with pyscaffold, I tried to run
python setup.py docs. This was the result:
I then tried running
python setup.py build_sphinxdirectly, but this failed as well (output anonymized):
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