South africa national gambling board
NATIONAL GAMBLING ACT 7 OF to retain the National Gambling Board; BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, as. Gambling in South Africa has been In the / financial year licensed gross gambling revenue as monitored by the National Gambling Board. South African Gambling Board Suspended for Corruption. Davies relieved the National Gambling Board of South Africa (NGB) of its authority last month.
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If this Court is not satisfied that the obligation has been duly performed, it will rarely grant direct access to organs of state involved in litigation with one another. It does not involve a final determination of these rights and does not affect their final determination. One of them the fourteenth respondent brought a counter-application for an order obliging the Free State Board to consider all the pending applications for special licences without delay and to inform the applicants of the outcome of their applications. The costs of two counsel must be allowed. That may be so, but it is true of almost all litigation. Does it involve a final determination of the rights of the parties or does it affect such final determination? As will become apparent there is, as far as this judgment is concerned, no such conflict.
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Lichtenberg JP answered the question in the affirmative. Dissatisfied, the National Gambling Board sought leave to appeal but despite his finding that there were reasonable prospects of success the learned Judge refused leave because, according to him, the Board had no interest in the matter and therefore no locus standi. The Board then sought the leave of this Court which in turn referred the application for argument and the parties were instructed to argue the merits of the appeal at the same time.
In interpreting such legislation regard should be had to s of the Constitution: As will become apparent there is, as far as this judgment is concerned, no such conflict. The following paragraphs of s 13 1 are of significance for present purposes: A large number of applications were made and deposits paid. This upset the National Board and it prevailed upon the Free State Board to launch an application in the High Court for a declaratory order to the effect although not so worded that it was not entitled to issue special licences before the promulgation of the s 17 regulations and the functioning of the central monitoring system.
The National Board was joined as the first respondent and it filed an affidavit in support of the relief sought. Apart from other interested public bodies and functionaries, each of the ninety-nine applicants was cited as further respondents. One of them the fourteenth respondent brought a counter-application for an order obliging the Free State Board to consider all the pending applications for special licences without delay and to inform the applicants of the outcome of their applications.
Chapter 3 deals with licencing. Section 21 states that no licence can be granted under the Act unless the Free State Board takes cognisance of the provisions of or norms and standards determined under the National Act and recommendations of the National Board under that Act which may relate to the granting of such licence. As an aside, gaming machines are defined in similar terms as gambling machines in the National Act.
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The third respondent, the Minister of Trade and Industry the Minister , is the member of the national executive  responsible for the administration of the national Act. Although he is cited as a respondent, he has filed an answering affidavit in support of the relief sought by the National Board. The fourth and the fifth respondents are companies. Their respective interests in these proceedings are peripheral as will become apparent in due course.
The Premier opposes the application. In terms of section 44 1 a ii read with section 1 b i of the Constitution and with Schedule 4 thereof, the national legislature and provincial legislatures have concurrent legislative competence to pass laws concerning gambling.
The National Board contends that there may be only one central electronic monitoring system in the Republic to which all gambling machines in the country must be linked. The Premier contends that each province is at liberty to choose not to be connected to the national system and that it may establish its own central electronic monitoring system to which the gambling machines in that province must be linked.
The facts  The national Act came into operation on 18 April and established the National Board. The Board started a process to identify the nature of the monitoring system suited for South African needs. At these meetings the nature of the monitoring system to be introduced was also discussed.
The regulations did not unequivocally refer either to a central system for the province or to a single national monitoring system. On 11 February the KZN regulations were amended by the addition of regulation 58 8 which provides: Their consultations to identify the most suitable system for the country continued.
Operated by the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, it is known for the slogan: Howard and Oliver Hardy. Howard's Seabiscuit and the Binglin Stable's colt, Ligaroti. In an era when horse racing ranked second in popularity with Americans to Major League Baseball, the match race was much written and talked about and was the first nationwide broadcast of a Thoroughbred race by NBC radio. In front of a record crowd that helped make the fledgling Del Mar race track a success, Seabiscuit won an exciting battle by a nose.
By , Del Mar became the summer playground for many Hollywood stars. Between and the facility was closed due to the Second World War. Initially, the grounds are used for training by the Marines, then as a manufacturing site for parts to B bombers. Throughout the late s and s the track became the Saratoga of the West for summer racing. The track had large purses for many stakes, over half of which were won by the legendary jockey, Bill Shoemaker.
Throughout the s and s Del Mar continued to offer high quality racing and continued to be one of the premier racetracks in the country.
The track attempted to run a fall meet in the s but later canceled it after getting lackluster results. Change marked the s when the infield was opened to spectators and in Trevor Denman became the voice of Del Mar.
The track still offered the best summer racing in the West and continued to grow in purses, handle and attendance. In the s the track underwent a major renovation. The grandstand of the Del Mar Fairgrounds was demolished and replaced. The first Classic was won by an impressive three-year-old named Best Pal. Into the new century the track continued to post records in handle and attendance and offered some of the greatest thoroughbred racing in America. Each year, the track opens their day summer racing season in mid-July to crowds upwards of 40, people.