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Welcome to Gildenhuys Malatji Inc

GMI is a unique firm of empowered individuals. It is grounded by integrity and draws strength from
its diversity. We strive to invent the future by providing innovative solutions to our stakeholders.

Gildenhuys Malatji Incorporated Located at
GMI House
Harlequins Office Park
164 Totius Street
, Groenkloof, Pretoria.
Phone: 012 428 8600

GMI In the News

Litigation: Gidani’s bid to halt rival’s lotto takeover fails

Ithuba Holdings can go ahead with its preparations to take over the National Lottery at the end of May next year, after an urgent, interim, court bid by the current operator Gidani failed yesterday, says a Business Day report. Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) Judge Neil Tuchten’s judgment averts the danger of a three-month delay to the operation of the lottery and an irrecoverable loss of R500m per month. But the judgment deals only with the interim situation: Gidani may still challenge the awarding of the licence. The report notes Gidani challenged the choice by Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies of Ithuba as the successful applicant on the grounds that it was irrational and arbitrary. It also went urgently to court to interdict Ithuba from ‘taking any steps’ to implement the licence, seeking to prevent the ‘great deal of preparatory work’ that must be done – ‘at great cost’ – in order to take over the running of the National Lottery, said Tuchten. The report adds looking at the requirements for an interim interdict, Tuchten said Gidani’s prospects of success in persuading a court that the Minister’s decision was irrational were ‘at best, weak’, notes the report. Ithuba had scored higher on both a technical and financial evaluation by the National Lotteries Board’s adjudication committee, which advises the Minister. But a majority of the committee nonetheless recommended Gidani – based on an assessment of risk factors. However, Tuchten said the assessment of risk was not an exact science.


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Gildenhuys Malatji partners with Child Welfare Tshwane for this year’s Festive Season card designs

Gildenhuys Malatji Inc. has partnered with Child Welfare Tshwane to design this year’s Festive Season cards. The turnout was excellent and a variety of artworks were received from young and talented individuals. The top three artworks were selected – Katlego (1st place) and Simphiwe (2nd place) from the Atteridgeville drop-in centre, and Thando (3rd place) from Bramley Children’s Home.


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Festive Season Card Designs

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