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Racing Association – AGM Confirmed

Annual Report published here

RA LogoThe Twenty First Annual General Meeting of The Racing Association NPC (which has been delayed) will be taking place at Kenilworth Racecourse on Monday 10 February 2020 at 18h00.

A video link will be arranged simultaneously at Turffontein Racecourse.

The formal notice of this meeting giving details of items on the agenda, as well as a proxy form for use by members not attending the meeting and the Annual Report for the year ended 31 July 2019 are available on the links below.

Agenda Items

Annual Report

Proxy Form

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2 comments on “Racing Association – AGM Confirmed

  1. MGram says:

    What a disgusting set of results. Perhaps this organisation should be put into business rescue.

  2. Deeply distressed and disappointed says:

    I realise that the Racing Association is a Not For Profit but that does not mean that it should run at a Loss.
    These f*[edited] running the Racing Association have dessimated its assets and pushed up expenses like there is no tomorrow.
    The point is that way too much has been expended on the human element compared to fixed expenses.
    My reading of the AFS is that a few people that are Racing Association banner bearers have feasted gloutenously and lived the life of Riley with gay abandon on the assets of the Association.
    There was no reason at all for the RA to buy Phumelela shares. The mammoth loss of R52 million supposed to be used for the betterment of horseracing because of bad business decisions without any acknowledgment of wrongdoing by the Racing Association directors, needs these f*[deleted] to resign.

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