The National Horseracing Authority (NHA) has announced that South African horseracing will resume after a break of more than two months this Monday 1 June.
Phumelela Gaming would like to reassure all TAB and Betting World customers, as well as horseracing and soccer fans in general, that it’s business as usual as South African horseracing readies to hopefully resume behind closed doors on 1 June.
PHUMELELA UNAUDITED CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED INTERIM FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR THE
SIX MONTHS ENDED 31 JANUARY 2020 AND FURTHER CAUTIONARY ANNOUNCEMENT.
The NHA has advised that despite further engagement with government on Friday, there has still not been a response regarding the resumption of horseracing behind closed doors.
After due consideration, the South African horseracing industry has decided to further restrict the individuals who may attend race meetings.
In light of the guidelines and restrictions regarding public gatherings as announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday 15 March to limit the spread of the coronavirus, Phumelela Gaming and Leisure, Kenilworth Racing, Gold Circle, the Racing Association, the National Horseracing Authority and The Thoroughbred Horseracing Trust have unanimously agreed to implement the following Protocols and Procedures with immediate effect: