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Phumelela IT Issues – Free Racecards Online

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Phumelela wishes to advise all its customers that the weekend’s ComputaForm books are available for download free of charge.

These books can be downloaded at http://news.tabonline.co.za.

Due to persistent IT problems experienced since the early hours of Friday morning, the ComputaForm Online website is currently still unavailable.

Phumelela apologises to all its customers and reiterates that it is committed to restoring all the services as soon as possible.

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5 comments on “Phumelela IT Issues – Free Racecards Online

  1. Cecil Pienaar says:

    Very Fair. Thank You. 👍

  2. WILLIAM MILKOVITCH says:

    Phumelela IT = impaired tools

  3. Richard Smit says:

    Must be losing a lot of the online punters money. Need to see the betting, and other things!!

    NOT the first time this is happening, THIS YEAR – Wonder what’s going on –

    Is it Hardware, Software or people problems?

    Surely, there must be EXPERTS looking after this???

    Really Amazing!

  4. WILLIAM MILKOVITCH says:

    No Capex on outdated computer network..for years

  5. Roderick Mattheyse says:

    I notice the absence of a quick notice telling us its a service providers fault.

    Kudos to Phumelela if they are finally able to accept that its all their fault.

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