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Phumelela Gaming will give amateur horseracing in the Eastern Cape a boost by staging three races for horses, trainers and jockeys that compete on the rural racing circuit in the region.

The initiative flows from talks between the Eastern Cape Amateur Horseracing Association and Phumelela management in the region.
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Phumelela is proud to announce that following an independent B-BBEE audit by Empowerdex (a highly reputable empowerment verification company in South Africa) it has maintained its Level 2 Contributor status which was first achieved in October of 2013, 14 months ahead of the Gambling Board’s target date of 2015.
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On 7 April 2015, the Eastern Cape Gambling & Betting Board (ECGBB) resolved, inter alia, that TellyTrack is not a subsidiary of Phumelela and that its activities do not fall within the ambit of clause 8(6) of Phumelela’s racecourse licence.

The ruling follows a request submitted by the Gauteng Off-Course Bookmaker Association (GOBA) to the ECGBB on 28 January 2014 to urgently investigate and order Phumelela to ensure that televised broadcasting of horseracing events from Arlington and Fairview racetracks continue to be received by the members of GOBA and to conduct an inquiry into the further matters raised by GOBA.
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Following the restructure and the integration of the retail divisions of Phumelela and Betting World announced last year, the board of Betting World has approved the appointment of Vee Moodley as Acting Chief Executive Officer for the betting chain, effective immediately.
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Tellytrack announced the appointment of Rob Scott as its new CEO. Since the departure of Ken Rutherford this role has been filled on a temporary basis by Phumelela’s International Executive Director, John Stuart.
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An article titled "Bookmakers - Villains or victims of bad publicity" published on 31 March contains numerous factual inaccuracies which need to be corrected.

When our new constitution was adopted in 1994, all forms of gambling and betting (other than the National Lottery) were delegated to the provinces. Phumelela is not aware of the "partnership" entered into between "government" and the "private sector" before 1994. In any event, post 1994 it would have needed to be between all nine provincial governments and the private sector for such a "partnership" to be valid. We challenge the author of the article and his or her sources to provide evidence of such a partnership agreement with all nine provinces.
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Horseracing has added another gem to their Tiara as Phumelela announce that Mary Slack’s Wilgerbosdrift Stud have renewed their Triple Tiara sponsorship for another three years.

The Triple Tiara this year consisted of alternate first legs, the R1-million Grade 1 Avontuur Estate Cape Fillies Guineas at Kenilworth (won by Majmu) and the R500,000 Grade 2 Wilgerbosdrift Gauteng Fillies Guineas on the Turffontein Standside track (won by Siren’s Call) . The second leg was the Grade 1 R1-million Wilgerbosdrift SA Fillies Classic over 1800m (won by Siren’s Call) and the third leg will be the Grade 1 R1-million Wilgerbosdrift SA Oaks over 2450m. The last leg will be run at Turffontein on Saturday 25 April. There is a R1-million bonus for any horse
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