From All Africa.
South Africa’s national lottery is entering its third licensing period, and the country seeks applicants who can demonstrate the ability to expand lottery ticket sales to rural and other areas where the lottery is not yet available.
Applicant hopefuls must pay a non-refundable fee of $5,021 by July 31, the report says.
The country’s minister of trade and industry can issue one licence for a period of five to eight years.
Proceeds will be used for job creation, skill transfer, strengthening of infrastructure and sustainable development of small enterprises.
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