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Newsflash: It’s Official – No SA Racing

Three long weeks ahead

In terms of the Presidential directive issued on Monday 23 March 2020, all racing in South Africa has been suspended from 27 March to 16 April 2020.

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9 comments on “Newsflash: It’s Official – No SA Racing

  1. Gman says:

    1 foot in the door for the guys in purple

  2. Ronny says:

    “Never in doubt”—-

  3. Rian says:

    I think we will only race again in May, what happens to all our carryover monies????
    Should be enough to buy food parcels for all the groom’s families, just a thought

  4. twinkletoes says:

    I think that’s an excellent idea, we’re going to have to help those who can’t help themselves

  5. Gman says:

    @Rian – That is an excellent suggestion.Hope the round table gets your msg.

  6. Pops says:

    What will happen with Tellytrack? Essential service?

  7. Cameron James says:

    Guys hate to be a bearer of doom, this 21 day period could go on longer if the spread of this virus does not stop.

    Prepare for an extension of the lock down if we dont abide by the government’s policy. I beleive the full lock down will benefit everyone in the long run my question is where are all the reserves from the sale of the racecourse? Any business has to have a treasure chest.


    Cameron, you are the bearer of reality… no need to apologize

    3 weeks probably call it Phase 1, then Phase 2 and so on.

    I reckon 3 months minimum, this shut down.

    That special task team will pale into insignificance if the virus runs wildfire in Khayalitsha, Cato Ridge & South Western Townships and numerous other informal settlements

  9. Shumani Nemalili says:

    Is a good idea

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