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The final Wiehahn Report on Gambling recommended that all forms of gambling be regulated. Thus, compliance with all the provisions of the Lotteries and National Gambling Acts and the Exchange Control Regulations was difficult. Most of the submissions received came from industry players and therefore the recommendations focused on streamlining the implementation of gambling activities by easing the administrative burden. Registered problem gamblers would then forfeit their winnings.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The key recommendations made by the industry players, civil society, community leaders, the DTI and responsible agencies, as well as FIC because of money laundering, are listed below. There is also a view that gambling does not contribute to the GDP of the country as it is a zero-sum game. The Members were shown the electronic and camera surveillance room, where activities on the casino floor, in general and other designated areas were monitored for compliance with the relevant legislation and to ensure the safety of clients. Furthermore, the promotion of gambling should be curbed and a culture of productivity should be promoted, especially since the advent of interactive gambling and increased Internet access could exacerbate problem gambling activity. The economic impact of the Fafhee form of gambling is not known but various socio-economic studies would suggest that the Fafhee games contributed towards the increase in irresponsible gambling. NRCS therefore protects gamblers by ensuring that the service providers strictly comply with compulsory specifications. The FIC is a statutory body established to identify the proceeds of crime and to combat money laundering and terror financing. Generally, submissions by the gambling industry reported that gambling activities have largely had a positive impact on the economy through income generation, employment opportunities, and its contribution to tax revenue, infrastructure development and corporate social investment. Currently, there is no provision in the law that governs compulsory specification on performance. The focus of the review was on the vast socio-economic impacts of gambling on local communities and society in general, the impact of misleading advertising, the regulation of cross-border gambling, the efficacy of the current regulatory environment and the implementation of the interactive gambling legislation that had been passed in The Gambling Act of officially banned all forms except betting on horse racing. Some of the key vulnerabilities are:. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The Committee welcomed the opportunity to study the regulations and engage with the Department on the issues, especially since the Amendment Act did not require this. In addition, the casino had provided extensive training and promotion opportunities to individuals from surrounding areas. Currently, the Fafhee form of gambling is unregulated. There was general consensus in the submissions for various reasons which they stated that interactive gambling was a challenge. The NRCS mandate is to promote the right and obligations of government to protect the safety of the public and the environment. The Committee requested a legal opinion from the Parliamentary Legal Services relating to Parliamentary processing of subordinate legislation. The introduction of the and Acts introduced significant changes with respect to regulations and enforcement, fair, transparent and equitable licence allocation and economic empowerment. They identified seven key challenges in the current legislative environment. The main recommendation from the casino industry was that regulations for casinos should return to focusing on substantive operational risks identified by regulatory authorities. Regulation of cross-border gambling. Furthermore, the internet-based nature of interactive gambling allows it to cross borders, which impedes enforcement of compliance in the legislation including regulations. The final Wiehahn Report on Gambling had not considered interactive gambling, as this form of gambling was largely non-existent at the time. The socio-economic impact of legalised gambling. It was stated that there were four representatives from the gambling sector sitting on the South African Responsible Gambling Trust and furthermore the NRGP programme is funded by proceeds from the industry. A full list of the recommendations is available in Annexure D. The recommendations made in respect of the LPM industry focused on increasing the LPM stake and prize limits to account for inflation over the last 13 years; standardisation of legal requirements for operation and licensing, particularly in areas where zoning is unavailable; temporary LPM licences for taverners awaiting approval for a permanent liquor licence; exclusion from requirements in terms of the National Register of Excluded Persons and participation in the selection of the monitoring system being used. Civil society including churches and community leaders expressed a strong view that interactive gambling would have a negative impact on society and should not be legalised. One of the key general recommendations focused on the protection of vulnerable groups, including the poor and the need for these to be explicitly included in socio-economic analyses. The National Gambling Act mandates the NRCS to analyse the test reports of gambling equipment and issue a letter of certification LOC in accordance with the relevant compulsory specification. This would allow for the revisiting of key issues such as the proposed tax rate of 6 per cent, the imposition of maximum credit limit in a player account, player registration, the concept of E-wallet, and the issue of advertising. Currently, there is no procedure in the Rules of Parliament for dealing with and processing subordinate legislation. The industry players indicated that there was generally compliance to advertising requirements within the regulated industries. On the other hand, concerned institutions and citizens alluded to the negative impacts of gambling on society and in particular families. The FIC reported concerns regarding the implementation of the interactive gambling legislation, as well as possible measures to mitigate these risks. Gambling, being a concurrent legislative competency, resulted in lack of uniformity in regulating gambling activities and procedures. Interactive gambling:. The submission highlighted inconsistencies between casino and bingo licensing as both are competing in the same market. Standard Bank sent a written submission with concerns about the implementation of the new Act in terms of their role in facilitating electronic transactions. These included possible abuse of interactive gambling facilities and vulnerabilities of interactive gambling to money laundering abuse. Licensed operators must subject their operations to the jurisdiction of all South African laws and establish a presence in South Africa, including a locally based gateway to provide services to South African based gamblers. In addition, the bank submitted that it was not in a position to differentiate between a service provider that transacts at a land-based site and an online casino simultaneously. Sun International feels that the interactive gambling debate should be reopened in order to identify relevant policy objectives. In addition, industries such as the limited pay-out machines industry refer to the significant opportunities provided for black economic empowerment and small business development. A unilateral amendment of legislation by provincial governments resulted in legislation conflicting with National Gambling legislation. This was particularly challenging in the LPM industry where there were numerous challenges in terms of the zoning of sites in former black areas, types of eligible sites, restricted advertising, the limit on the number of LPMs allowed per site and the LPM stake and prize limits that have not been adjusted since their establishment. Supervisors must be able to take action against licensed online casinos where they fail to comply with their legal obligations. An example includes operating the totalisator compared to operating as a bookmaker. Manufacturers of gambling equipment:. Another view expressed in the submissions was that while the industry may be adhering to the requirements, the principle behind advertising was to develop an emotional bond between the consumer and the product. The NGB informed the Committee that the horseracing activities are broadly defined within the Act and would require detailed amendments as well as the development of policy on regulation of racing and betting activities, including sporting activities. Some scholars argued that illegal gambling was tacitly supported by mining companies in order to keep black African workers locked in poverty and available as a cheap source of labour Sallaz, See Annexure A for further details. Furthermore, advertising tends to be misleading by creating the impression that one may be the next winner, which can be most damaging to individuals who least can afford the financial loss. The review of the gambling industry by the Wiehahn Commission led to the National Gambling Act of being passed. The recommendations relevant to gambling equipment manufacturers related to the easing the regulatory burden of approving, certifying and distributing gambling equipment and devices, particularly in relation to concurrent requirements; amending the National Gambling Act to reflect the changes in the application for certifying gambling equipment and aligning regulations for compulsory specifications to the NRCS Act;. A summary of the individual submissions are provided in Annexure C. At present, the gambling industry is faced with a number challenges with respect to technological advancements and global interaction of economies. Concerns were highlighted with respect to Limited Payout Machines LPM , as inconsistencies exist between municipal by-laws and gambling legislation and between provincial Business Act requirements and Gambling Laws with regard to licensing of machines. This brought about the need to introduce interactive gambling with the National Gambling Amendment Act of This highlighted a number of challenges with respect to the limited approach in regulating this form of gambling which currently excludes Person to Person and the lack of control measures to ensure the protection of society and integrity of the economy. The SARGF also stated that the industry made financial contributions to the NRGP, which is used to promote public awareness of problem gambling and for the treatment programmes for problem gamblers. The full report on the site visit is available in Annexure E. The casino is operated on an electronic basis, with punters having to use issued electronic cards to gamble. In addition, there was a need to comply with additional legislation such as liquor and business legislation. Finally, there was a call for strictly enforced penalties, which should include jail terms. Probity checks should be applied strictly to ensure that criminals do not acquire a controlling interest in online casinos. Limited Payout Machines Industry:. New challenges are facing the gambling industry with the advancement in technology resulting in the need for the formulation of a new Bingo policy and review of regulation procedures. Following the Committee decision on the 12 August , members of the public and relevant implementing agencies were invited to express their views on gambling legislation in general either through written submissions or in the public hearings in November , January and February A full list of participants is provided in Annexure B of this report. 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The recommendations relevant to minors related to strict enforcement where underage gamblers are admitted, including a helpline to report illegal practices; the location of gambling sites to venues applying similar age restrictions; and the use of signage to display restrictions clearly. The main economic contributor has been the casino industry. The need for the establishment of clear regulatory environment with respect to interactive gambling is urgent. The study showed that the poor and less affluent were most impacted upon by gambling activities including the National Lottery. Compliance by online casinos with legal obligations, such as customer identification, must be supervised and this monitoring process must include the ability to examine compliance through the inspection of their systems and records. This assists the casino in ensuring that money deposited there were used for gambling transactions and to monitor for potential money laundering activities. 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