- New Gambling Authority boss under fire
- Industry demands to be refunded P55m in unused levies
- Boardroom brawl linked with fight for GA top post
Hardly a month after he was appointed acting CEO of the Gambling Authority, Peter Kesitilwe already finds himself fending off attacks from industry players and members of his executive team in what is widely viewed as a fight for the Authority’s top position and the millions stacked in its responsible gaming account.
The Business Weekly & Review has established that Kesitilwe is embroiled in a full blown war with some gaming industry licensees demanding to be reimbursed the millions that they have been charged over the years as responsible gaming levy.
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