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Play Format: 5/45 + 1/20
Draw Days: Tuesday, Friday
Starting Jackpot: 3 million ZAR
|Prize Level 1 – Jackpot||5+1||1 : 24,435,180|
|Prize Level 2||5||1 : 1,286,062|
|Prize Level 3||4+1||1 : 122,176|
|Prize Level 4||4||1 : 6,430|
|Prize Level 5||3+1||1 : 3,133|
|Prize Level 6||3||1 : 165|
|Prize Level 7||2+1||1 : 247|
|Prize Level 8||1+1||1 : 53|
|Prize Level 9||0+1||1 : 36|
The jackpots begin at around 3,000,000 ZAR depending on ticket sales and rise quickly every time the top prize is not won. There is no rollover or jackpot cap on South Africa Powerball, meaning that it can rise to huge amounts.
If there is no winner in any non-jackpot prize tier, then the amount that would have been paid to players who matched the required numbers is rolled down into the next winning tier and shared among the ticket holders.
The biggest ever South Africa Powerball jackpot came on Friday 3rd June 2011, when a player from the Free State province snapped up 102,000,000 ZAR.
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 3,000,000 ZAR. However, this value often increases dramatically as a result of consecutive rollovers and, in 2011, the jackpot reached a phenomenal 102,000,000 ZAR after 24 draws without a top prize winner.