Phumelela Gaming’s interim results for 1 August last year to 31 January were announced this morning and despite deteriorating economic conditions locally and a strong rand that impacted negatively on revenue from its international operations, earnings per share and headline earnings per share increased by 4% and 3% respectively.
The recent Asian-African Tote Association conference in South Africa attracted delegates from around the world, generated considerable column inches in the national press and – most important – laid the foundations for a much-needed blueprint for bringing the crowds back to the Sport of Kings.
Muzi Yeni will be flying the South African flag in Greece on Saturday.
Phumelela Gaming and Leisure will be hosting a conference in Cape Town on 25 January of the Asia Africa Tote Association (AATA) entitled “Embracing A Brave New World”.
South African horseracing will be shown live in leading bookmaker William Hill’s 2,371 betting shops in the UK as a result of a deal struck between William Hill and The Racing Partnership (TRP).
Phumelela Gaming and Kenilworth Racing are delighted to announce that luxury hospitality, gaming and entertainment group Sun International is the new title sponsor of the Met, which henceforth will be run as the Sun Met and will carry South African record prize money of R5 million.