Cape Town R28m winning lotto ticket unclaimed: time is running out

Cape Town R28m winning lotto ticket unclaimed: time is running out

One very lucky person doesn't realise they are lucky and time is running out for them. Someone purchased a winning lotto ticket but did not come forward to claim their winnings. The person risks losing out if they don't do so before 13 February.

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The winner of a massive R28 million in a lottery hasn't come to claim their winnings yet and time is running out for them.

The person purchased the winning ticket from a Shoprite Checkers store in Cape Town's Sanlam Centre, according to a report by News24.

Ithuba National Lottery is giving the winner until 13 February to come forward to claim their winnings, or else they will forfeit it.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that the winner had used the 'quick pick' option and got all the right numbers. Talk about lucky!

Busisiwe Koloi, Ithuba National Lottery spokesperson, told the media they notify the public of any unclaimed winnings before they expire.

As part of our winner awareness campaign, we are obliged to notify the public of all unclaimed jackpots before they expire. [So far] no one has come forward to claim the winnings.

Anyone who has not claimed their lottery winnings can call the lottery offices at 0800 484 822.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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