A Survey of SA Casinos as published by the Casino Association of South Africa (CASA)

Today, there are 37 legal casinos in all nine of South Africa’s provinces, bringing numerous benefits to the locations and communities where they operate. The provisions of the National Gambling Act, along with the regulations made in terms of it, have provided South Africa with a regulatory framework which is universally regarded as the most stringent and scrupulous gambling regime in the world.


A substantial body of international and local research has documented the benefits of legalised and regulated casinos, but there is still a good deal of public and official disquiet about the perceived social impact of the industry. CASA addresses some of those misconceptions about casino gambling, drawing on the findings of studies from throughout the world and from South Africa.

Because South Africa’s casino industry is still relatively young by international standards, local research is still in its infancy. For this reason, this publication draws very largely on the findings of research conducted in comparable jurisdictions.

Online Casinos are catching up to the land based casinos as more and more are launched everyday - offering games such as online blackjack, online poker, slots and many others.

Eastern Cape

Free State





North West

Northern Cape

Western Cape


In 2008 the National Gambling Board (NGB) published its survey of national gambling statistics for the 2007/2008 financial year, ending 31 March 2008, in which it reported that gross gambling revenue for the year was R15.618 billion, a 15.52% increase over the previous year's
R13.5 billion.

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Last Updated 1 May 2016
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SA Casino Survey

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