Gambling remains one of the catalysts for development in the North-West Province, as such continued control mechanisms and checks and balances are critical to keep the sector regulated. In the performance of its regulatory oversight function, the Board seeks to eradicate all the illegal methods, which contribute to societal ills such as, human trafficking, prostitution and global crimes such as terrorism. Of critical importance, is to make sure that gambling operators pay levies and taxes to government. These are necessary interventions in creating a safety net and eliminate any negativity that gambling is perceived to have on society.
As the Board, we need to audit finances of gambling operators to make sure that there is transparency and compliance. This can only be done if they are properly registered. Illegal gambling continues to be an area of concern in the industry, and this is despite numerous efforts to curb it. We continue to work closely with police to clean up all illegal operations because they are a hindrance to our operations in promoting socio-economic growth and development.
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CEO/Head of Strategy and Corporate Affairs We recognize that for most people, gambling is an occasional social activity that causes no harm. Box 5446 Kampala +256 772 364 531 [email protected] The North-West Gambling Board has appointed Mr. Nathan Oliphant as its new Chief Executive Officer. Mr Oliphant’s was appointment following the departure of Mr Fortune Sekgaphane whose tenure ended in January this year. Mr Sekgaphane led the Board from 2008-2018 and was instrumental to many of its successes. The Board’s Legal Manager Mr. Jacob Montshioa was holding the fort during the. New members have been appointed to Gauteng's Gambling Board (GGB), the province announced on Friday. Lawyer Bally Chuene was appointed board chairman.
Over and above this we are regulating a sector which is largely untransformed where multi-nationals, continue to dominate in the space of ownership, management, control and procurement. The narrative is slowly but surely changing and one would realise that we are striving to afford new-entrants an opportunity to capitalise on the business opportunities created in the gambling industry.
It is common cause we can only achieve transformation in this industry if we include the marginalised groupings as they are victims of our skewed past. Affording them an opportunity to be part of a new economic narrative is informed by changing the status quo for the benefit of all people irrespective of race, gender and class.
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- WESTERN CAPE GAMBLING AND RACING BOARD ANNUAL REPORT 2016/17 9 4. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER’S OVERVIEW I hereby present an overview of the Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board’s performance for the financial year ended 31 March 2017. The Board presented an expenditure budget of.
- The Gauteng Gambling Board (GGB) is the leading and innovating regulator of the gambling industry in Gauteng.The main functions of the GGB are to oversee and control gambling activities in Gauteng.Applicants interested in applying for GGB posts should send their applications (CV, recently certified copies of qualifications, driver’s license, and ID) quoting the relevant reference number to.