Limpopo Student Wins Lotto With Largest Jackpot Won Through Capitec Bank, R60M Cash Price Has Others Hopeful

Limpopo Student Wins Lotto With Largest Jackpot Won Through Capitec Bank, R60M Cash Price Has Others Hopeful

  • One person's life was changed after taking a chance and playing the Lotto which paid off in a major way
  • The gent, who was pursuing a higher education, made headlines with his lotto entry on the Capitec Bank app and proved to be fruitful
  • Online users reacted to the Twitter announcement by the National Lottery, and many were envious

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A man who was still in varsity became a multimillionaire overnight. The guy had luck on his side when he chose to spend money on a lottery draw.

Limpopo student announced as winner of R66M jackpot
A Limpopo student won big on a Lotto jackpot that was well over R60 million. Image: RapidEye/askhamdesign
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The post by the National South African Lottery announcing his win got lots of attention. Many people were curious about the winner, and the announcement received over 193 000 views.

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Lotto winner's life changes after using Capitec Banking app

A man from Limpopo will finally be able to have holidays and possibly his first trip overseas, according to Sunday World. The lucky guy was kept anonymous, but the iThuba Powerball operator details that he used a ticket from the Capitec Banking app and matched all the winning numbers for the quick pick option.

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See the tweet announcing the big win below:

South Africans discuss huge lotto prize in Ithuba National Lottery Twitter post

People are always fascinated by overnight millionaires. Netizens wanted to know exactly how he won, hoping that they could be next. Read people's comments below:

BlessingMaphum3 realised:

"Most of the big jackpots are won through banking app."

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Sakeus_kambonde declared

"Time to open Capitec account."

KenzarMafia wrote:

"We are waiting for him at 'I Blew It.'"

Hunadi___ noticed:

"They are always winning through the Nedbank/Capitec app."

AmandaMakade said:

"Sabawel. Let me go play on my money app."

Dashiqi hoped:

"Capitec app, I stand a chance."

R42 million jackpot slips away from winner due to ticket issues, SA stunned

Briefly News previously reported that the public protector's investigation into a complaint filed by Alex Magagula against the National Lotteries Commission (NLC) had concluded. The commission discovered that a man who declared himself the winner of a R42m lottery jackpot was unable to produce the original ticket, preventing Ithuba from verifying the numbers he played.

The investigation also revealed that the Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition (DTIC) had failed to address Magagula's complaint.

According to TimesLIVE, in 2018, Alex Magagula filed a complaint with the public protector, claiming he had won the Lotto.

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