GAUTENG HAS A NEW POWERBALL PLUS MULTI MILLIONAIRE
07 November 2016 – Ithuba, the National Lottery Operator, is happy to announce one of its all-time biggest jackpots week for both the LOTTO and PowerBall games.
Tomorrow’s jackpot for PowerBall is estimated at a life changing R53 million whilst LOTTO for Wednesday is estimated at R34 million. For LOTTO, this is the highest natural jackpot that the National Lottery has seen since 2013. The draws for these big jackpots are Tuesday, 08 November, and Wednesday, 09 November, respectively.
These two jackpots come on the eve of the USA Presidential election on Tuesday, 8 November, and a winner of either jackpot could witness history being made by flying first class with their winnings to the prestigious US President inauguration.
With so much at stake, players can expect longer than usual queues at lottery terminals as many players are expected to be gunning for Ithuba’s big jackpots, including non-regular lottery players.
Ithuba recently also launched a new game, RAFFLE, which promises great returns for the festive season. 15 lucky jackpot winners will be in line to win a top of the range Mercedes-Benz-C200 Cabriolet. It doesn’t end there, a further 45-second division winners will each walk away with R100 000 in cash, with 500 third division winners taking home R10 000 each and a 1 000 division four winners getting a R1 000 each.
Players should not miss this opportunity to play for the incredible Jackpots via the various lottery channels available, such as, the National Lottery e-commerce website, www.nationallottery.co.za, retailers nationwide and mobile device channels such as FLASH, Kazang and A2PAY.
FNB and Nedbank customers are able play their favourite lottery games on the two banks’ platforms including websites, app suite, telephone banking and ATMs.
The elusive PowerBall PLUS jackpot of R25,784,967.78 was finally won on Friday by a Johannesburg resident. The winning ticket was bought at Pick n Pay Winchester at Winchester Hills, South of Johannesburg. Ithuba celebrates with Gauteng’s newest multi-millionaire.