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New rules regarding parade rings were implemented countrywide, at the beginning of the year. The Racing Association, Gold Circle, Phumelela Gaming, The National Horseracing Authority and Kenilworth Racing agree that these rules will continue to enhance the image of the sport and ensure greater safety. Since 11 January 2014 access to a parade ring on any raceday requires an RA, Gold Circle or NHRA badge.
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Durban - The press release issued by the Gauteng, KZN and Western Cape bookmaker associations on 9 September 2014, containing details of notices issued to a number of regulatory bodies and including a legal opinion asserting that certain totalisator bets offered by Phumelela, Gold Circle and Kenilworth Racing are unlawful, refers.
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The press release issued by the Gauteng, KZN and Western Cape bookmaker associations on 9 September 2014, containing details of notices issued to a number of regulatory bodies and including a legal opinion asserting that certain totalisator bets offered by Phumelela, Gold Circle and Kenilworth Racing are unlawful, refers.
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PRESS ARTICLES RELATING TO MS PHINDI KEMA’S COMPLAINT LODGED AGAINST PHUMELELA WITH THE OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC PROTECTOR REFER
The Public Protector's spokeswoman, Kgalelo Masibi, is quoted as saying that "the scope of the probe was to establish whether the provincial government had the authority to sell the horse racing properties and whether due process was followed in privatising the industry".

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South African horseracing repositions itself to be a formidable player in local entertainment industry. For the first time in the history of South African horseracing, a single unified brand will now represent the sport.
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Hollywoodbets’ open letter entitled “South African Bookmakers Do Pay for International Horse Racing” of 30th July 2014, which attempts to justify bookmakers’ display of live international racing in betting shops without being licensed to do so, refers.
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At the end of March, when Tellytrack's new agreement with Multichoice commenced, customers who had subscribed for Multichoice's "Pubs and Clubs package" (which included Bookmakers) were duly notified by Multichoice and found that Channel 239 ("Tellytrack") had been disabled.

Bookmakers who are now displaying Channel 239 have therefore deliberately signed a NEW subscription contract (such as a "Home", "Hotel, Hospital or Prison" package) with Multichoice.
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