Draw Date: 2020-09-23
Lotto Winning Numbers
Rollover Amount: R0.00
Rollover No: 0
Total Pool Size: R10,013,248.70
Total Sales: R11,168,810.00
Next Jackpot: R3,000,000.00
Draw Machine: RNG2
Next Draw Date: 2020-09-26
Amount Won (Payout): R7,062,532.60
Amount Won (Payout): R0.00
Amount Won (Payout): R4,975.50
Amount Won (Payout): R2,494.00
Amount Won (Payout): R129.60
Amount Won (Payout): R106.10
Amount Won (Payout): R50.00
Amount Won (Payout): R20.00
About Lotto In South Africa
Lotto is one of the popular lotteries available to the betting South African public. To play the lottery a player must be at least 18 years old.
Lotto has two “variants” – lotto plus 1 and lotto plus 2. We will treat both in different posts, so watch out for them on this blog. Like other lotteries, playing lotto is easy, not so the possibility of going home with the jackpot.
How To Play Lotto
Playing lotto is similar to playing other lottery games. The possibility of winning the lotto is incredibly thin, but then your investment isn’t a fortune, either. So it appears like a game you might want to indulge for the hell of it.
To play the lotto, you might want to choose a “quick pick” option that empowers the lottery system to pick 6 lucky numbers for you.
Alternatively – and this is the most popular – if you are feeling lucky, you can pick a valid lotto betslip and, using a pencil or pen, mark six numbers from 1 to 52 on any board. To secure your ticket and avoid arguments of true ownership, make sure to write your name at the back.
Having done that, the next step is to take your ticket to a lottery retailer nearest to you and pay for your bet. A single lotto play cost just R5. You will be given a slip indicated the numbers you marked.
That’s all about it.
Knowing If You Have Won The Lotto, And Securing Your Win
Having entered the lottery, you will have to be alert for information on whether you have the winning numbers. The best site for monitoring this news is the National Lottery website of South Africa.
You are also encouraged to watch SABC2 on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 20:57 for information on winners.
If you win the lottery, you have between 90 to 365 days to claim it.