Later this month when the public will have had the chance to comment on the draft of the Remote Gambling Bill, it will be debated for several months by the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry. After this the bill will go before the parliament for a vote to decide if it is to become law. If it is passed by the Portfolio Committee and Parliament, the 2014 Remote Gambling bill should regulate online gambling in South Africa, protect vulnerable people and children from the negative aspects of gambling and protect gamblers and online casino operators from money laundering or any other criminal activity. The process of legalising online gambling in South Africa has been a long one but nothing will be certain until the gambling bill has been debated at several levels and finally approved by the parliament.
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