NHRA Board appointment: William Nsele

NHRA - keeping the show on the road

The National Horseracing Authority Board has unanimously approved the appointment of William Nsele as a National Board Director with effect from 18 November 2010.

Mr Nsele has worked for the Macsteel Group of Companies for the past 28 years.  His current position is Group Human Capital Director.

He has been involved in racing initially as a fan and later as an owner since the mid 1980’s.  He is currently involved as a partner in 26 horses in training.

Mr Nsele was recently elected as a Director of the Racing Association and will take up the position following the Annual General Meeting of the Racing Association on 9 December 2010.  His vision is “to build on the achievements of both the Racing Association and The National Horseracing Authority so that we are able to take the horseracing industry to the next level, in relation to good governance, bringing back racing fans to the race courses and to introduce new comers to the game”.

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