THE REGULATION OF PROMOTIONAL COMPETITIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA. by. DANIEL PETRUS STRACHAN. Submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree. DOCTOR OF LAWS. in the. FACULTY OF LAW. UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA. . 3.3.3 The times of the Gambling Act, 1965. 113 3.3.4 Gambling reform at the end of.
Seychelles Gambling Act, 2014 Long title: An Act to provide for licensing and regulating the gambling industry in line with the international standards and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
CONSIDERING that the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 (Act No. 108 of 1996), establishes that casinos, racing, gambling and wagering are matters of concurrent national and provincial legislative competence.
The National Gambling Board (NGB) is responsible for the oversight of the regulation in the gambling industry throughout South Africa. The information and documents provided are specifically intended for gambling and casino businesses operating within South Africa.
WHEREAS the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 (Act No.108 of 1996), schedule 4 thereof, provides that a Provincial Legislature shall be competent to make laws with regard to gambling matters, AND WHEREAS gambling matters are privileged activities, which should.
Gambling in South Africa. In this section, we’ll give you an overview of the industry and the relationship between gambling and the official authorities in South Africa. Let’s start with the leading piece of legislation that oversees gambling in South Africa, which is the National Gambling Act of 2004.
Gambling Laws of South Africa. Carnelly, M (Assistant); Brand, H. This comprehensive reference work contains the full text of the National Gambling Act and the nine provincial gambling statutes. Each is preceded by an introductory overview and selective commentary. A case digest is also included.
The gambling regime for the gambling operations was changed when the control over South Africa was taken by a new, democratic Government in 1994. It put its efforts into making a way for the casino licensing procedures allowed by the National Gambling Act of 1996.