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GAMING FOR AFRICA


Sun Windmill an Official Charging site on SA’s first Electric Vehicle Highway


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un International’s Windmill complex in Bloemfontein is one of the official charging


points for electric vehicles on South Africa’s first electric vehicle highway. The three GridCars charging units, located in the main parking area, features charge points for Combo DC (60kW) and AC (22kW) units. The electric vehicle highway, the


N1 between Gauteng and the Western Cape, is being deployed by GridCars which has become renowned as an independent authority on Electric Vehicle Charging Service Equipment (EVSE) and Charging Station Infrastructure and Management Systems. GridCars was also a founding member of the Electric Vehicle Industry Association. The company continues to play a leading role in building the EV and eMobility industry in South Africa through engagement with vehicle manufacturers and various other stakeholders. GridCars has developed a back-office system that is in line with worldwide best practices and standards in eMobility. They issue and manage RFID Cards to allow for seamless charge point access and billing. Their system users can easily locate near-by charge points through live maps. The electric highway initiative is in collaboration with Jaguar, BMW, Nissan and Volvo which have GridCars official charging sites on their vehicle GPS systems. The GridCar charging units have the capacity to charge one car at a time and it takes between 45 minutes and four hours to charge a vehicle on a AC (22kW) unit (depending on the vehicle) and between 45 minutes and an hour and 45 minutes on a Combo DC (60kW) unit. For more information guests can visit https://www.gridcars.net/ and contact GridCars directly to register an account. Kamo Mohapi, PR and Promotions Manager at


Windmill says: “We are thrilled to be an official charging site on South Africa’s first electric vehicle highway. Drivers of electric vehicles on the N1 will be able to stop in at Windmill and enjoy a meal and entertainment while their cars charge up.”


Moodley Joins NHA, Scott Appointed Phumelela Sportsbetting Executive


Betting Executive on 1 July 2010 and as Executive Director: Sports Betting on 1 October 2010. Vee was also appointed CEO of Betting World, a subsidiary of Phumelela, on 1 June 2015. Vee takes over the reins at the NHA from


National Horseracing Authority. After studying at the University of Natal and


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working as Group Accountant for the PMC Group of Companies in KwaZulu-Natal, Vee opted for a career path change and joined the National Horseracing Authority as handicapper in 2003. His thorough knowledge and understanding


of horseracing stood him in good stead and in 2007 he was promoted to Racing Control Manager and Chief Executive Officer designate of the National Horseracing Authority. Vee has a strong financial background and


excellent knowledge of horseracing and betting and was appointed by Phumelela as Sports


ee Moodley, Phumelela’s Executive Director, Sports Betting, has resigned following his appointment as CEO of the


Lyndon Barends, who resigned at the end of September this year. Rob Scott, current CEO of Tellytrack, will assume the role of Sports Betting Executive. Scott hails from a well-known racing family,


with both his late brother and uncle respected trainers while his father, Tony, was a steward. Rob has been involved in horse ownership for 11 years. Before his appointment as CEO of Tellytrack,


Rob worked in various senior management positions for Edcon for more than two decades. He holds an MBA degree. “The Board and management team would


like to thank Vee for his valued service and contribution to the Company over the past eight years and wish him every success in his new role as CEO of the NHA,” Phumelela said in a recent sens-announcement.


IGT Africa hosts Clients at HSBC Rugby Sevens


To end of the Year IGT hosted several of its customers at the HSBC Cape Town Rugby Sevens in support of the Blitzboks. “The rugby was nothing short of exciting and the energy in the stadium exhilarating. We would like to thank our customers for joining us and making it a memorable experience,” said IGT Africa MD, Mario Vilela.


28 JANUARY 2019


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