Here's an informative piece from today's ITWeb Newsletter breaking down the National Gambling Amendment Bill in South Africa and the kind of restrictions it will put in place.

The Bill will aim to protect society against the over-stimulation of demand for gambling, protect minors and other vulnerable persons; provide for the registration of players and the licensing of vendors; ensure compliance with Financial Intelligence Centre Act (FICA); and prevent gambling to be associated with crime, money laundering, or financing of terrorist and related activities.
Another interesting item is that the Bill will make "advertising and promotion of interactive gambling unlawful."

“It will also be unlawful for offshore operators to advertise interactive gambling in the republic. Any person who provides advertising facilities to such off-shore operators will be committing an offence,” said Brian Muthwa, the DTI director for legislative drafting.
You can read the entire piece here: