Did you know?
South Africa legalised gambling in 1996.
With the opening of the Silverstar Casino in Mogale City (formerly Krugersdorp), people in the Gauteng province are even more spoilt for choice when it comes to gaming options.
Just a short drive from the Johannesburg CBD, the new Silverstar Casino is located in the beautiful Magaliesberg Mountains. It is a worthy addition to this region, which offers a range of tourist attractions including game reserves, art galleries and the Sterkfontein Caves.
This South African casino has a main gaming floor, a smoking casino and a privé VIP area, featuring 30 tables and 700 slots machines in all, all with the latest in gaming technology. Cashless gaming, made possible by a new smart card system, means you won’t have to carry buckets of coins or chips around.
The attached hotel has a boutique design with 38 suites, and there is a secure kid’s entertainment area. A luxury spa, featuring 4 treatment rooms, a heated rock pool, saunas and a steam room, is on site, offering a wide-range of treatment options. Four upmarket restaurants complete the package. Up to 500 delegates can be accommodated in the contemporary conference facilities, with breakaway rooms and catering services on site .
The amazing fountain is said to be the biggest water show ever to be built in Africa and the second biggest in the world. The main wave is 370m long creating a wall of water between 0-20 meters, and happens every 30 minutes.
The Silverstar Casino is situated on 40 hectares of pristine bushveld and has been designed to reflect the best the environment has to offer, while also preserving it for decades to come.
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Tel: +27 (0) 11 662 7300