- South Africans are feeling all types of ways after the results for 1 December's Powerball was released
- The numbers were 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 + 10 and 20 people won their share of the Powerball
- Many South Africans are now saying that the Powerball was either rigged or the entire thing is a scam
South Africans are confused and some are quite frustrated with the Powerball results for 1 December. The numbers have many people thinking that the entire thing was a scam as they came out as 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 + 10.
Saffas shared their thought about the bizarre results that a whopping 20 people won. While many questioned the legitimacy of the National Lottery others wondered how a whole 20 people managed to guess the numbers correctly.
Twitter has been abuzz since the lotto results were announced and Mzansi still cannot get over the insanely crazy results.
Take a look at some of the tweets below:
"Enough about Papa Bushiri. Hawks, please investigate these Powerball numbers, also the 20 people who got 5 correct numbers + Powerball. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, + 10 #relaxed."
"In South Africa we use emotions more than we use our brains. Even if the lotto was rigged this would be the one time they didn't rig it, I mean 20 winners, 20!!! But ke we love to be outraged."
"There needs to be an inquiry. This is nonsense. #LOTTO"
"This @sa_lottery #lotto #powerball result is doubly suspicious and must be audited. Winning numbers 5,6,7,8,9 and 10? A R100mPlus jackpot being shared by 20 people? Ayikho lento!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a priest that won the lotto. The priest is now counting his blessing all R7.2 million of them after he bagged a massive multi-million-rand lotto win.
The holy man from Brakpan has kept his identity a secret of the massive windfall, he is the joint winner with a woman living in the North West who also wants to keep her identity a secret.
They split the R14 million prize which was released on the 24th of October. The two bet the same numbers but what makes it more amazing is that they entered their numbers in manually, and on top of that they both purchased tickets to the value of R20.
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