HORSERACING and tote betting operators Phumelela and Gold Circle, and corporate bookmaking chain Betting World, would like to point out that online betting on horseracing and sport is legal. It is not in any way affected by the recent North Gauteng High Court ruling prohibiting online gambling. That the court ruling applies to online gambling on interactive games only, and not to online betting on horseracing and sport, has been confirmed by the Gauteng Gambling Board.

JSE-LISTED Phumelela was an enthusiastic supporter of Mandela Day on 18 July, South Africa’s Nobel Peace Prize Laureate’s 92nd birthday.

FOLLOWING the successful launch of fractional tote betting in England last month, the UK Tote and Phumelela Gold Enterprises (PGE) have entered into a ground-breaking agreement that will create new opportunities for commingling tote bets in the UK and South Africa into single pools.

GBI RACING, which brings top-quality UK and Irish racing to betting shop operators around the globe, is sponsoring the winning posts at all 10 South African racecourses for the next eight weeks. Nick Mills, Commercial Director of Racing UK, said: ``The sponsorship is a great platform to promote British racing to South African racing fans during a key period for British and Irish racing with many of the flagship racing festivals taking place over the next month.’’ GBI Racing has exclusive international rights to all 60 UK racecourses and the 26 Irish tracks, and has more than 1,800 race fixtures annually available for simulcast.

Phumelela Gold Enterprises (PGE) has concluded a five-year contract with Satellite Information Services (SIS) for the delivery of South African horseracing pictures and data to betting shops in the UK and Ireland.

The exclusive contract will run from June 2011 and renews a strong relationship between South African horseracing and SIS that originated some 20 years ago.


PHUMELELA, the JSE-listed horseracing and tote betting company, is delighted to announce that Vee Moodley, currently CEO designate of the National Horseracing Authority, will take up the post of Betting Executive on 1 July.

"Vee has a strong financial background and an excellent knowledge of both horseracing and betting,’’ said Phumelela Group CEO Rian du Plessis. "I have no doubt that he will prove an asset to Phumelela and will contribute significantly to both the betting division and the executive team.’’


TAB customers are asked to avoid using R200 notes to bet with in order to prevent unnecessary delays processing bets.

This is due to there being many fake R200 notes in circulation currently. These counterfeit notes are difficult to detect and if a R200 note is presented to a TAB teller, it will have to be checked and this could take several minutes. This in turn will cause hold-ups in betting queues and could result in punters not getting their bets on in time.

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