COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE OF THE BOARD

Board Members are appointed by the Responsible Member by following the criteria, as set out in the provisions of section 5(1) of the North West Gambling Act, 2001 (Act No. 2 of 2001), as amended.

 

 

 

Socio Economic Development Committee

Board

Compliance Committee

Corporate Services Committee

MEC

Audit Committee

Risk Management Committee

BOARD FUNCTIONS

 

 

CONSTITUTION

 

The Corporate Services Committee of the NWGB is established in terms of section 16A of the North West Gambling Act (Act no 2 of 2001), as amended. The Corporate Services Committee has been established by the Board of Directors to act in the capacity of a Corporate Services Committee in respect of the entity and thereby to assist the Board with regard to matters set out below in the terms of reference.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COMMITTEE

 

The Committee has the duty and responsibility to:

 

Specific Responsibilities

 

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CORPORATE SERVICES COMMITTEE

 

 

CONSTITUTION

The Compliance Committee of the NWGB is established in terms of section 16A of the North West Gambling Act (Act no 2 of 2001), as amended.

 

ROLE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE COMMITTEE

 

 The Committee shall be responsible for:

 

  • Considering and rendering advice to the Board on investigation reports, investigation methods, the licensing, regulatory compliance, gambling audit processes and technology that could improve the effectiveness of NWGB operators.
  • Conducting hearings, enquiries and evaluations, on any matter presented before it.

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COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE

 

CONSTITUTION

The Audit Committee is constituted in terms of section 77 of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). The Audit Committee has been established by the Board of Directors to act in the capacity of an Audit Committee in respect of the entity and thereby to assist the Board with regard to matters set out below in the terms of reference.

 

PURPOSE AND ROLE

  • The Committee is established to assist the North West Gambling Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities for the financial reporting process, accounting practises, information systems, the system of internal control, the audit process, and the company’s process for monitoring compliance of laws and regulations and the code of conduct.
  • The Audit Committee will facilitate and promote direct communication between the Board, management, the external auditors (Office of the Auditor General South Africa) and the Chief Audit Executive (Internal Audit).

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AUDIT COMMITTEE

RISK MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

 

OVERALL ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY

 

The Risk Committee (“the Committee”) is responsible for assisting the Board in its oversight of the Organisation’s management of its Principal Risks including:

 

  • Reviewing the Principal Risks and assessing whether the risks of the Organisation have been identified;
  • Reviewing, and approving if appropriate, management’s recommended policies, procedures and controls used to identify, assess and manage the Oganisation’s Principal Risks;
  • Assessing the Organisation’s programs, procedures and controls in place to manage its Principal Risks; and
  • Reviewing the Organisation’s compliance with its risk management policies.

If you suspect or you are aware of any illegal gambling operations, please call on

0860 545 545

All calls received will be treated confidentially and callers may remain anonymous, however, provide adequate details for the Board to be in the position to address all concerns recorded.