Phumelela has agreed to provide technical services in respect of the staging of horse racing and betting in Zimbabwe under the control and direction of the MTC. In addition, Phumelela will provide financial support in the form of a bridging loan to the MTC.

In February 2014 application was made by 39 bookmakers and the Gauteng Off-Course Bookmakers' Association for an interdict against Phumelela, Gold Circle, Kenilworth Racing, Tellytrack and others to ensure that the applicants continue receiving "the televised broadcasting of live, real-time horseracing events" on the same terms as prevailed up until 31 January 2014, pending the outcome of the Gauteng Off-Course Bookmakers Association's complaints to the Gauteng, Eastern Cape and National Gambling Boards.

The Hong Kong Jockey Club has given the green light for Hong Kong races to be screened in South Africa again.

Tellytrack CEO John Stuart announced last month that screening of Hong Kong races was being discontinued “pending further developments”, but approval has now been received for TV coverage of races at Hong Kong’s Happy Valley and Sha Tin racecourses to resume.



MultiChoice, Phumelela, Gold Circle and Kenilworth Racing have announced a new agreement to distribute the Tellytrack channel. Individual DStv customers and hotels will receive Tellytrack on DStv channel 239 from 27 March.

LONDON - UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne’s announcement in his Budget Speech that horseracing deserved Government backing to gain what he termed a “Racing Right,” which is a commercial mechanism that enables the sport to claim money from its customers, was hailed as a “breakthrough” by the sport’s leaders.

Osborne also announced that bookmakers based offshore would now be subject to legislation that demanded Levy payments from them for the right to bet on British racing.

For many years, they have escaped paying the Levy because of their geographical position.


This press release is published in answer to the press release published by the Kwazulu-Natal Bookmakers’ Society (“KZNBS”) on Monday, 17 March 2014.

With immediate effect Tellytrack will not be able to show races from Hong Kong.

Tellytrack CEO John Stuart clarified the new position in a public statement: "The Hong Kong Jockey Club as a principle do not want bookmakers, whether in SA or anywhere else, betting on their product.

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