South Africa Lotto
Latest Draw Predictions Statistics: Wed 11 Dec 2019
- Advanced Prediction
4 / 6of correctly predicted numbers$70.00view prediction
- Best User Prediction
5 / 6of correctly predicted numbers$70.00view prediction
- Wisdom of Crowd
0 / 6of correctly predicted numbersno winningsview prediction
- Best Algorithm Prediction
3 / 6of correctly predicted numbersno winningsview prediction
|1st Prize||match 6||R5,000,000|
|2nd Prize||5 + pb||R200,000|
|3rd Prize||match 5||R10,000|
|4th Prize||4 + pb||R1,500|
|5th Prize||match 4||R250|
|6th Prize||3 + PB||R150|
|7th Prize||match 3||R35|
The lottery company Gidani is the one that has run the South Africa Lotto and this game has been the main lottery game throughout the country. This game applies the traditional style of drawing offering jackpot and was first drawn on March 11th 2000. Previously, the draws took place only once a week on Saturdays, but since October 3rd 2001, it’s drawn twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Like other lottery games, this South Africa lotto offers a big amount of money as the jackpot as it also applies the roll over. The jackpot that can’t be won by anyone in a draw is then summed up into the next drawing but it’s limited to 4 times of roll over. The jackpot will have to be distributed to the second prize division winners if no one wins at the fourth drawing.
The matrix used in the game is the one of 6/49 matrix. A player must choose 6 numbers out of total 49 numbers. When a player can match all those six numbers, he will then be called the Jackpot winner of South Africa Lotto. To win the jackpot, the chance will be 1 in 14 million. This is very competitive but there are other 6 prize categories available in the game. The biggest chance is the seventh category which has the odds of 1 in only 61.
The biggest amount of money ever given as a jackpot was the one shared by four people on February 15th 2003. It reached the total amount of R 44,700,128 after it had been rolled-over 4 times. The winners of the game need to claim the prizes within 365 days of the drawing time. Like other kinds of lottery games in Africa, the prize will be given in a form of cash lump sum.
To check the results of the game, the announcement can be seen on SABC2 TV channel on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9 pm local time or on some local radio channels and papers. For players outside South Africa, they can see the results online, the same as what they have to do to buy the tickets of the game. The price of each line in this game is R3.50 but only people above 18 are eligible to participate.