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22 Apr 2022
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Will you be SA’s next millionaire? Tonight’s Powerball Jackpot is R128 million

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Total estimated jackpots a whopping R128 million tonight, with the PowerBall jackpot estimated at R63 million, and PowerBall Plus at R9 million.

Daily Lotto results. Picture: iStock

Want to be an overnight millionaire? Feeling lucky? This weekend, there’s a chance to win big in Friday’s Powerball jackpot and the National Lottery games.

The total estimated jackpots stand at a whopping R128 million.

The PowerBall jackpot tonight (22 April 2022) is estimated at R63 million, and PowerBall Plus at a cool R9 million.

You can also try your luck on Saturday’s estimated R34 million Lotto jackpots following the roll-over draw on Lotto and Lotto Plus 1 from Wednesday, 20 April.

Phanda Pusha Play them all ahead of the draws to win these big estimated jackpot prizes.

Tickets can be purchased from participating retailers, on the website, using the National Lottery Mobile App, or from participating banks – FNB, ABSA, Nedbank, and Standard Bank – or via USSD by dialling *120*7529#.

“It is definitely an exciting weekend for the National Lottery games, as the total estimated jackpots for
all games are currently peaking at significant levels,” said Ithuba CEO Charmaine Mabuza.

Last week, one lucky Limpopo player won the whopping R94 million Powerball jackpot.

“We also congratulate our latest multi-millionaire, a Limpopo player who won the PowerBall Plus
jackpot of R94,446,937.

“The ticket was played via the quick-pick selection with a wager of R45. The winner has come forward to claim the winnings.

“As per the player’s request, as well as our mandate to protect the player’s identity, no further information will be shared regarding the winner,” added Mabuza.

Winners who receive winnings of R50,000 will receive trauma counselling followed by extensive
financial advice to assist them with their financial planning at no cost to the winner.

All National Lottery winnings are tax-free. Ithuba is the proud operator of the National Lottery

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