6 edition of The social impact of gambling in South Africa found in the catalog.
|Statement||Stephen Rule, Chris Sibanyoni.|
|LC Classifications||HV6722.S59 R85 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||2001345894|
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Conducting regular research to determine the socio-economic impact of gambling in South Africa is one of the mandatory functions of the National Gambling Board (NGB). Of importance is to determine the most important social impacts of gambling and the overall impact on the quality of people’s lives.
It is a general concern andFile Size: 2MB. The Social Impact of Gambling in South Africa: An Initial Assessment for the National Gambling Board Stephen P.
Rule, Chris Sibanyoni HSRC Press, - Social Science. Description The gambling industry grew rapidly during the to period with various gambling modes and/or facilities being introduced. In the National Gambling Board (NGB) commissioned a socio-economic impact study to establish a baseline on the South African population’s gambling conduct and behaviour with regard to various aspects such as propensity to gamble, the impact.
Gambling in South Africa has been heavily restricted sincewith South Africa's Gambling Act of officially banning all forms of gambling except betting on horse racing which existed as a sporting activity.
In the late s casinos started operating in the bantustans (the nominally independent areas called homelands) of Bophuthatswana, Ciskei, Transkei and.
Gambling revenues improved in South Africa in despite difficult economic conditions and a change in regulations, according to a. The social impact of gambling in South Africa: an initial assessment for the National Gambling Board. OUTPUT TYPE: Monograph Trauma history and severity of gambling involvement among horse-race gamblers in a South African gambling setting; Book launch: THE CAPE RADICALS Intellectual and political thought of the New Era Fellowship, s.
Illegal gambling dens can be found in the suburbs as well as informal settlements, and host all the popular games one finds in casinos. The shocking rise in illegal gambling in South Africa News. Socio-economic impact of gambling in South Africa () Key findings and recommendations Presentation to: National Gambling Policy Council 12 March Gambling incidence of social grant beneficiaries (%) 1,4% 4,4% % 12,7% 13,3% 13,3% 26,5% 78,1% 0 20 40 60 80 LPM Bingo Horse/sports betting Casinos.
As part of the bigger project, the NGB embarked on an economic impact of gambling study as a follow-up on studies previously conducted inand The main aim of the latest study was to monitor the economic impact of gambling on the South African economy, as well as on South African household welfare levels.
South Africa, the gambling sector, with a GDP multiplier ofcontributed (directly and indirectly) percent to the national economy in and accounted for Ms Astrid Ludin, Chairperson, Gambling Review Commission, said that the GRC was commissioned to conduct a holistic review of the industry sinceto assess the social and economic impact of the industry, to look into the proliferation of gambling in South Africa, and to determine whether regulatory bodies were effectively achieving their.
Get this from a library. The social impact of gambling in South Africa: an initial assessment for the National Gambling Board. [Stephen P Rule; Chris Sibanyoni;]. The Social Impact of Gambling in South Africa: Qualitative Perspective, While casinos are by far the largest component of the gambling market in South Africa, online sports betting is rapidly catching up.
This was one of the findings from PwC’s fifth annual edition. One particularly controversial social cost of gambling is the impact that gambling has on crime. The academic literature is split with as many studies showing an increase in crime due to gambling.
The socio-economic impact of gambling in South Africa A. BACKGROUND The South African gambling industry has grown considerably over the past 3 years. From the determined quota of 40 casino licences countrywide, 24 are currently in operation. These operations have a total of about 13 gambling machines and gambling tables.
The South African Responsible Gambling Foundation (SARGF) is a non-profit company, public-private initiative between Government and the gambling industry that is committed to promoting responsible. When evaluating the impact of social justice and social democracy on quality education, South African researchers have tended to pay attention to the management of school funds and the assets of public schools (Manamela, ), the management of human resources practices (Lekalakala, ) and admission policies and the representation of.
Polokwane - Illegal gambling has cost the country around Rm in tax revenue, affecting service delivery, the Casino Association of SA (Casa) said on Friday. "South Africa relies heavily on tax revenue with 34% derived from personal tax and 20% from corporate tax," CEO Themba Ngobese told a Sapa correspondent in a telephone interview.
social impacts of gambling, and are scientifically rigorous. These principles are outlined in the first section of this paper. In light of these methodological principles, the second section of this paper provides an exhaustive review of what is known about the social and economic impacts of gambling.
A total. New Zealand.1 While social impacts or social costs and benefits are referred to in the legislation or operation guidelines of most gambling authorities, there are no clear definitions given.
Rather, the gambling authorities tend to provide guidelines on how to have regard to social impacts as part of any gambling licence application.
The introduction of gambling often has beneficial impacts on other businesses in the local area in terms of increased revenue, business starts, and overall employment when a significant portion of its patron base is from outside the area.
While ma. The structure of the gambling industry in South Africa is one of high concentration and few choices available to consumers. By far the most popular form of gambling is the national lottery, which.