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Gambling Interests Boost Real Africa Earnings

International News Brief: Real Africa Holdings' gaming interests and the disposal of its noncore assets helped bring about a tenfold increase in earnings for the year to end March.

South African Casino Construction on Schedule

International News Brief: Construction of Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom remains on schedule for its opening in November, with the bulk of earthworks for Durban's second casino complex completed.

Cricketer Charged with Receiving Money from Bookie

International News Brief: Former Kenyan cricket captain Maurice Odumbe was formally charged with allegedly receiving money from a bookie, according to the International Cricket Council.

Namibian Gambling Moratorium Remains

International News Brief: The moratorium imposed on the issuing of gambling licences seven years ago remains intact.

South African Caesar's Shareholders to Fill Gap

International News Brief: The remaining shareholders of Caesar's Gauteng Casino are likely to take over the human resources and training function that was a condition of their winning the casino licence after one of the shareholders failed to fulfill this part of the agreement.

South African Casino Fiasco Heats Up

nternational News Brief: Casino giant Tsogo Sun has been accused by its former founding chairman of deliberately allowing Absa Bank to call up loans to two black empowerment minority shareholders of the Hemingways Casino.

South African Casino Shareholders in Trouble

International News Brief: The Black Economic Empowerment shareholders of South Africa’s Hemingways Casino are in financial trouble after a leading bank called up its loans.

South African Company May Discard Gambling Assets

International News Brief: Moribo Leisure is looking at several opportunities, including the possibility of selling gambling assets.

South African Cops Accused of Blackmailing Casinos

nternational News Brief: Two policemen who allegedly extorted bribes from owners of illegal casinos in the south Peninsula for years have been caught in a police trap.

South African Province Awards Gambling Licenses

International News Brief: The Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board has awarded two groups licences to operate 2000 slot machines in the province.

Uganda Casino Remains Closed

International News Brief: The doors of Uganda’s new Casino Grande at Crested Towers are still closed almost a year after its promoters applied for a license.

Couple Sues South African Casino

International News Brief: A man and his partner are suing GrandWest Casino and Federal Gaming for R1,2-million in damages after he was allegedly assaulted and held at gunpoint by security officials last year.

South Africa: What Odds of an Online Gambling Ban?

International News Brief: There is a good chance that laws to ban online gambling will be unenforceable as the new National Gambling Bill goes before parliamentary committees for debate.

South African Casino Will Honor Jackpots

International News Brief: Grandwest Casino will honour jackpot payouts totalling R355 970 to six punters following Monday's computer glitch on some of the casino's slot machines.

South African Casino Accused of Withholding Winnings

International News Brief: Six punters say they have been cheated out of their casino winnings after GrandWest in Goodwood refused to pay their jackpots immediately.

South African Casino Expected to Boost Economy

International News Brief: The construction of a multi-million rand casino resort in Klerksdorp in the North West is expected to boost the local economy by creating job opportunities.

South African Court Makes Landmark Verdict

nternational News Brief: In a landmark verdict for the horseracing and betting industry, a Pretoria High Court judge has ruled that bookmakers may not take bets which in any way whatsoever are linked to tote dividends and results.

South African Gaming Board Chief in Court

International News Brief: Former Mpumalanga Gaming Board chief executive Barry Mashigo is scheduled to appear in the White River magistrate's court on fraud charges on Tuesday after allegedly masterminding a consultancy fee scam.

South Africa Court Grants Appeal for Casino License Case

The Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa has granted the Gauteng Gambling Board leave to appeal the October 20, 2003 judgment ordering the award of the casino license to Silverstar.

Man Killed in South Africa Casino Fight

International News Brief: A man was killed and another critically injured in a fight at a video lounge at Caesars Gauteng, police said.

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