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Slotland African aid project continues to help children in Malawi

The casino encourages players to share their good fortune by helping the grassroots organization continue its work.

SBTech enters African market with exclusive Betland deal

The new partnership will see SBTech provide top-quality land-based and betting-shop solutions for the African market.

Cape Verde want to build casinos

Cape Verde is seeking the help of Macau to realize its ambition to develop casinos.

Betfair to block South Africa gamblers

Supreme Court ruling on online gambling as illegal leads Betfair to block South African IP addresses from next week.

Kenya to tax gambling winnings 20 percent

A new 20 percent "withholding tax" on gambling winnings is to be introduced in Kenya next year.

Bally Technologies sign systems contract with Peermont Global in Africa

Bally will replace competitors’ systems at 10 casinos in South Africa and Botswana in 2012.

South Africa: Online gambling still illegal, Minister of Trade and Industry warning

Online gambling remains illegal in South Africa and banks could question those South Africans that netted winnings from internet gambling sites.

Pigg's Peak online Casino to close following ruling

Pigg's Peak Online Casino must close following court ruling.

South Africa Gaming Supplier Regulatory Overview

Howell named Marketing Manager at Suncoast Casino

Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World recently promoted Complex Brand Manager Louise Howell to the role of Marketing Manager.

South Africa: Tax to be introduced on lotto winnings

Minister of Finance announces 15 percent tax on lotto winnings.

Match-fixing puts the heat on Fifa

Another difficult week for Fifa, as criticism mounts of failing to deal with corruption in football.

South Africa: Government plans new advertising restrictions

South African government proposing changes to casino advertising rules, casinos have a month left to protest the changes.

South Africa: Gambling revenue up slightly

Statistics show gambling revenue up 2.17% in South Africa despite recession.

The Netherlands, South Africa take different approaches to iGaming

This week, two countries have announced that are taking vastly different approaches to online gambling. While the Netherlands has decided to license and regulate online poker — and online poker only — South Africa's courts have banned online gambling completely.

Fifa was warned of Nigeria World Cup match-fixing fears

BBC Newsnight report alleges Fifa warned about potential match-fixing and Nigeria's team.

Bookmakers eye World Cup

British gamblers betting on England, as World Cup tipped to be biggest ever betting event.

Mozambique relaxes gambling laws

Mozambique has legalized online gambling, relaxed land based gambling regulation.

Genting Casinos to run casino at Cairo hotel

Genting Casinos Ltd to operate the casino at Nile Ritz Carlton Hotel in Cairo.

South Africa: Gambling addicts apply for ban

4391 compulsive gamblers have requested casinos ban them.

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