News & Analysis

Namibia Commences Long-Awaited Gambling Laws

​​​​​​​Namibia’s government has ratified two long-awaited acts integral to the regulation and expansion of its gambling industry, as it looks to fund social welfare programmes through the sector.

Regulatory News Updates – June 1-June 5, 2020

U.S. Justice Department reportedly probing Sheldon Adelson's Marina Bay Sands casino, a new attempt to lower impending Brazil sports-betting taxes fails and Botswana regulator looks for external assessor.

Across Africa Gambling Regulations Tighten As Industry Grows

African gambling regulations are maturing to address the growing gambling industry across the continent, as Nigeria, Tanzania and Namibia introduce compliance and monitoring measures aimed at stamping out unlicensed operators and maximising state revenues.
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