These Regulations amend the Gambling Act 2005 (Advertising of Foreign Gambling) Regulations 2007 (referred to in this note as the “Principal Regulations”).
The National Gambling Amendment Act of 2008 was also passed to further strengthen regulatory oversight while modernizing certain aspects of the local industry. In 2006 a study conducted by the National Gaming Board revealed that 96.9 percent of South Africans participated in the national lottery, whole 27.7 percent of the population played slot machines, 22.7 percent enjoyed scratch off.
The National Gambling Amendment Act of 2008 that was published in July 2008 was meant to be an attempt to legalise interactive gambling in the country and make provisions for the regulation of this market. The Amendment Act was actively confronted by the interested parties (land-based gambling houses and anti-money laundering authorities). For this reason, the Act hasn't come into power yet.Western Cape Gambling and Racing Act, 1996 (Act 4 of 1996): Western Cape Gambling and Racing Regulations (Fees and Costs), 2016: Amendment, 2017 Umthetho wongcakazo nemidyarho wentshona koloni, 1996 (umthetho 4 ka-1996): imigaqo yongcakazo nemidyarho yentshona koloni: ukwenziwa kwezilungiso zokuqala, 2016.Gambling Act 2005 (Advertising of Foreign Gambling) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2008 4 February 2009: Draft Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Registration of Regulated Activities) Regulations 2009 3 February 2009: Draft Open-Ended Investment Companies (Amendment) Regulations 2009 and Draft Unit Trusts (Electronic Communications) Order 2009.
National Gambling Amendment Act (No. 10 of 2008) 24th July 2008. To amend the National Gambling Act, 2004, so as to change certain definitions and insert new definitions; to provide for the regulation of interactive gambling so as to protect society against the stimulation of the demand for gambling; to provide for the registration of players and opening of player accounts; to provide for the.Read More
This Bill will, upon enactment, repeal all extant gaming and betting legislation, with the exception of that governing the National Lottery. The General Scheme of the Bill is with the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel to the Government (OPC) awaiting drafting. Betting Act 1931. The Betting (Amendment) Act 2015 was commenced on 15th April 2015.Read More
As a result of this law, South Africa got a national lottery game, several licensed and regulated casinos, and many other licensed gambling facilities. The National Gambling Act of 1996 was repealed in 2004 and the National Gambling Amendment Act was enacted in 2008.Read More
The National Gambling Act of 1996 was repealed in 2004 and an amendment to the same was proposed in 2008. The National Gambling Act of 2004 attempts to ban online gambling, but ineffectively. It prevents offering as well as participating in online gambling activities. But it applies only to online bingo, online poker, and online casino, not online sports betting and online horse betting. On.Read More
National Gambling Act, 1996 (No. 33 of 1996) - G 17307; National Gambling Act, 2004 (No. 7 of 2004) - G 26670; National Gambling Amendment Act, 1999 (No. 39 of 1999) - G 20514; National Gambling Amendment Act, 2008 (No. 10 of 2008) - G 31245; National Health Act, 2003 (No. 61 of 2003) - G 26595.Read More
The Select Committee met for a briefing on the National Gambling Amendment Bill by the Department of Trade and Industry.. There were also questions as to why the National Gambling Act of 2008 was that not being repealed as it had not been promulgated. Dr Masotja explained the National Gambling Board or Regulator was a statutory entity whereas the Council was chaired by the Minister and.Read More
The Gambling Act 2005 (Advertising of Foreign Gambling) (Amendment) Regulations 2008. Made. 8th January 2008. Laid before Parliament. 10th January 2008. Coming into force. 31st January 2008. The Secretary of State makes the following Regulations in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 331(4) and 355(1) of the Gambling Act 2005. Citation, commencement and interpretation. 1. —(1.Read More
BILLS REGISTER 2008 Final Issue for 2008. Legislative Assembly of Queensland. 1. st. Session of the 52. nd. Parliament. Issue No. 58. DATE OF ISSUE: Thursday, 11 December 2008: NEXT SITTING DAY: Tuesday, 10 February 2009. Download Current Bills and Explanatory Notes and Acts (.pdf) from this document— Click on symbols ( ) as indicated: Download Bills and Explanatory Notes (from 1992.Read More
In 1996, the National Gambling Act was passed, which allowed for 40 gambling licenses to be distributed among the provinces. This act was then superseded by another updated act in 2004, and then the National Gambling Amendment Act was published in 2008, but has not been officially passed.Read More
Institution of Legal Proceedings against certain Organs of State Act 40 of 2002. South African Police Service Amendment Act 57 of 2008. Independent Police Investigative Directorate Act 1 of 2011. Civilian Secretariat for Police Service Act 2 of 2011. South African Police Service Amendment Act 10 of 2012. also amended by.Read More