South Africa PowerBall
Launched in October 2009, South Africa PowerBall has fast become one of South Africa’s most popular lotteries due to its large jackpots, good odds and charitable contributions.
Draws are held every Tuesday and Friday and have a guaranteed minimum jackpot of R3 million. However, this value often increases dramatically as a result of consecutive rollovers and, in 2011, the jackpot reached a phenomenal R102 million after 24 draws without a top prize winner.
South Africa PowerBall Results
Prize breakdowns for each draw are published on the numbers page as soon as they have been verified. Players can also access the results from previous draws as well as information on jackpot-winning tickets.
The last jackpot was: R3,033,004
History of South Africa PowerBall
The South African National Lottery was established in 2000 and PowerBall was introduced to the nation nine years later. The game was developed with the aim of creating bigger jackpots, better prizes and more winners than South Africa’s main Lotto 6/49 draw.
The first draw took place on Friday 23rd October 2009 and boasted a jackpot value of R30 million. Since its launch, the game’s popularity grown dramatically and each draw generates approximately R13 million in ticket sales.