Location

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Pompeian II

Start Date

29-5-2013 8:30 AM

End Date

29-5-2013 10:00 AM

Abstract

South African agenda - shaped by developmental agenda

Comply with global movement on environmental issues

Global Economic melt down

Political wide spread change – 1994-2013

Strong philosophical orientation i.e. cost/benefit vs. tangible /intangible costs/benefits consumption model (De Vries- 1991)

Caution on becoming a gambling dependant nation

Purpose to legalise but not aggressive - consumption model (NGB Act 1996 /amended NGB Act 2004)

Private enterprise be allowed within tight regulatory framework

National lottery- good causes - aggressive –state benefit (NLB Act 2001) Normalisation of society with shift in priorities of the democracy

New formulations of Economic black EMPOWERMENT such as BRICS countries with South Africa as part of these emerging economies.

Disciplines

Gaming and Casino Operations Management | International Business | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Statistics and Probability

Comments

Moderator: Don Ross

Session 2-1-B The Gaming Industry in Africa

File: 28 PowerPoint slides

 
May 29th, 8:30 AM May 29th, 10:00 AM

Session 2-1-B: A Mandate for Business Leadership: The case of regulated gambling in South Africa

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Pompeian II

South African agenda - shaped by developmental agenda

Comply with global movement on environmental issues

Global Economic melt down

Political wide spread change – 1994-2013

Strong philosophical orientation i.e. cost/benefit vs. tangible /intangible costs/benefits consumption model (De Vries- 1991)

Caution on becoming a gambling dependant nation

Purpose to legalise but not aggressive - consumption model (NGB Act 1996 /amended NGB Act 2004)

Private enterprise be allowed within tight regulatory framework

National lottery- good causes - aggressive –state benefit (NLB Act 2001) Normalisation of society with shift in priorities of the democracy

New formulations of Economic black EMPOWERMENT such as BRICS countries with South Africa as part of these emerging economies.