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Protest Is lllegal – Phumelela

Meeting in jeopardy

A protest outside Turffontein racecourse on Saturday 7 July is illegal, racing operator Phumelela said in a statement.

No permission has been granted for the action, called for by the EFF and which is apparently aimed at disrupting the race meeting scheduled for Saturday afternoon.

The Sporting Post has learnt that Phumelela Executive Vee Moodley was flying back from the Vodacom Durban July in Durban to assist in negotiations.

The race meeting is currently delayed.

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3 comments on “Protest Is lllegal – Phumelela

  1. Pat says:

    Since when are the EFF or protesters concerned if their actions are illegal …

  2. Nqoshly says:

    Phumelela needs to pay staff,staff salaries where cut by alarming 50%last year .then bossy PHUMelela extended working hours to 8:00-20:00 right after salaries we cut.staff has spent a year having to survive with 4800 a month while they boasting billions on social media.

    It was about time…slavery of black women working 8-20 is an issue,while they don’t pay overtime no transportation for travelling at that time.

    Oh yeah knew a shut down before it happened because he had failed to engage…

    So that was just a demonstration that we can do it. EFF

  3. Gussin says:

    Was at Racecourse and couldn’t get in protesters were intimidating patrons at gates with knob kieries. Did not see one Policeman at scene. Why were they not there if this was illegal. Left and went to Sports Bar

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