Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Tag: Namibia

Namibia launches new Gambling Board

Namibia launches new Gambling Board
Namibia’s gambling industry recorded 13,000 operators in 2020, of which more than 11,000 were illegal, according to the Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Forestry deputy executive director, Seimy Shidute.

Namibian MET employs NamPol assistance for licensing inspections

NamPol inspections
The Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism has confirmed it will involve the country’s police service NamPol in carrying out ongoing gambling and casino licence inspections.

Avani Windhoek completes second development phase

The Avani Windhoek Hotel and Casino, one of the premier gaming locations in Namibia has completed the second phase of its N$24m ($1.75m). The redevelopment largely concerns upgrades to the property’s conference centre and amenities as owners seek to establish a high quality amenities offering to match that of the gaming facilities. “Avani Windhoek Hotel and Casino is a Windhoek landmark...

Namibia tables plans for national gambling board

Namibian tourist minister Pohamba Shifeta has proposed forming a state-owned Gambling Board, in order to curb illegal gambling in the country. The National Assembly proposal, which would establish eight board members and a chief executive in monitoring roles, aims to reduce the country’s estimated 20,000 illegal slot machines. “This piece of legislation will not only ensure strict regulation of gambling activities,”...

Casino hosts Namibia-China business showcase

The Namibian minister of land reform, Utoni Nujoma, has urged the nation’s entrepreneurs to make the most of the opportunities presented by an increase in cooperation between China and Africa.   Speaking at a Chinese new year celebration held at the Windhoek Country Club Resort and Casino the minister addressed a delegation of government officials, business leaders, and international investors. “I would...

International support continues to grow with 47 nations represented at the first Gaming Africa

47 gaming africa
Gaming professionals from Brazil to Botswana, Germany to Ghana and Lithuania to Lesotho will be amongst the delegates expected at the inaugural Gaming Africa, Clarion Gaming’s two day conference and learning symposium being held across 24th and 25th October in Johannesburg. Representatives from a total of 47 nations have registered to be part of the free to attend event, including...