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Saturday’s Lotto and Lotto Plus 1 and 2 draws are almost here. As millions of South African wait with bated breath for the Lotto results, we are here to give you every bit of information you need to know how to thath’ama millions!
Jackpot estimates for Saturday’s draws
A total of R16.6 million is up for grabs across three draws tonight. These are the estimate winnings for each draw
Lotto: R2 million
Lotto Plus 1: R3.3 million
Lotto Plus 2: R11.3 million
Lotto results: Winning numbers for Saturday 28 March
The winning sequence of numbers will appear below no later than 21;05. Please refresh the page if the numbers have not been listed at the said time.
These are your winning numbers in the sequence that they were revealed:
Lotto: 06, 13, 14, 19, 28, 45 Bonus Ball: 04
Lotto Plus 1: 24, 25, 26, 34, 39, 43 Bonus Ball: 21
Lotto Plus 2: 07, 11, 20, 21, 24, 48 Bonus Ball: 17
How to view your Lotto results on Swisher Post
At Swisher Post, we understand how frustrating the wait for the results is. That is why we will always strive to ensure that the results are updated as soon as they are broadcast.
The National Lottery often interrupts the broadcast on E-tv, every day at 21:00 to either announce the Lotto and Lotto Plus, Daily Lotto or Powerball results.
Lotto winning numbers are announced every Wednesday and Saturday.
National Lottery total payout in 2019
While the chances of winning the Lottery are dependent on the alignment of the stars, your chakras, and basically a level of luck that is hard to come by, it is not improbable.
According to the National Lottery, a total of R2.5-billion “has been won across all games.
Therefore, participating in the game is not unadvised. However, gambling can be addictive and players who feel pressured to spend in excess of their affordability are encouraged to seek help.
We encourage gamblers who want out to contact the Twin Rivers Rehabilitation Centre. After all, losing out on winnings is not worth losing one’s self, let alone their loved ones.