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.


THERE are only nine days left for TAB accountholders to update their FICA documentation and get in the running for the grand prize draw in TAB’s FICA competition, in which free TAB bets totalling R20,000 will be given away.

THE South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) is joining forces with horseracing and tote betting operator Phumelela to present Africa’s richest series of races, the SASCOC Triple Crown for three-year-olds. SASCOC will also showcase its sporting champions on Champions Day, which is Africa’s richest raceday and incorporates the last leg of the Triple Crown.

PHUMELELA TAB is giving away R35,000 in free bets, including a R10,000 grand prize, to account holders who have updated their FICA documentation since 1 August last year or who do so before 28 March 2010.

TAB customer care representatives are currently contacting Phumelela TAB account holders to assist them in ensuring their FICA documentation is up to date.


THE launch of South Africa’s first official national racecard, Computaform Express, has been well received and many users believe it is excellent value for money.

Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) Africa has completed an independent audit of the TAB computerised betting system and found that no bets are placed after an event is closed.

David Attenborough
DAVID Attenborough, CEO Phumelela (South Africa), has resigned and will leave at the end of April to take up the position of managing director of the wagering division of Tabcorp Holdings, Australia’s leading gambling entertainment group.

Phumelela Group CEO Rian du Plessis said he wished Attenborough and his family all of the very best for their future in Australia.

"David has worked for Phumelela for the last six and half years and I would like to thank him for his hard work and valued contribution to our business. Phumelela has a very strong working relationship with Tabcorp and I look forward to working with David in his new role," Du Plessis said.

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