Three People who purchased jackpot winning tickets in the Powerball and Powerball Plus draws are owed nearly R100 million.
Ithuba, the lottery operator, has issued an appeal for the three to come forward and claim their winnings.
Friday's R85 million PowerBall jackpot was purchased on the day of the draw via the Absa banking app by a person who spent R75 on the winning ticket and used the quick pick selection method to select the winning combination of 8, 10, 17, 26, 39, and PowerBall number 14.
“The PowerBall Plus jackpot of over R11 million from Tuesday's draw on September 14 was also won by two lucky players. “Both PowerBall Plus tickets were purchased at Flip Flop Supermarket in Port Alfred, Eastern Cape,” Ithuba said in a statement released on Tuesday.
“The first winner spent R240 on the winning ticket using the manual selection method, and the second winner spent R150 using the manual selection method to choose the winning numbers of 8, 13, 26, 36, 43, and PowerBall number 5.”
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