This special report takes a look in detail at the six African jurisdictions that are considered to be most relevant to the gambling industry: Ghana; Kenya; Nigeria; South Africa; Tanzania; and...
In this map, GamblingCompliance shows the current regulatory status of gambling in the African jurisdictions. The map highlights the differences among the countries that allow, partially prohibit...
Amendments made to the Betting, Lotteries and Gaming Act in 2018 lowered the taxation rates for operators organising gambling in Kenya and introduced penalties for the late payment of gambling taxes.
Morocco’s heavily state-controlled gambling market is one of the oldest and largest in Africa, hosting casino, lottery and betting operations which, in their current form, date back to the middle...
The Lotteries and Gaming Act 2016, along with five regulations, introduced a new legislative framework for the gambling sector in Uganda. Possible further developments could happen in the near...
On August 19, 2018, the Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology launched a consultation seeking feedback on the proposed data protection framework, comprising the Privacy and Data...
As South Africa witnesses considerable growth in the gambling sector, it has continued to grapple with control over its illegal online gambling market. The government is currently considering a new...
A sizeable and mature casino sector continues to dominate the South African gambling market, although sustained double-digit growth from betting, limited payout machines (LPMs) and controversial...
On May 30, 2017 the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) and the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (ESAAMLG) signed a memorandum of understanding to deepen...

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