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Why international lotteries are popular in South Africa

The Lotter enables South Africans to enter the biggest lotteries across the world

​South Africans can play the world’s largest lotteries!

The world’s two largest lotteries are both on the rise

Will Davies pander, push or play the Lotto?

Questions are being raised about new lottery operator Ithuba as Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies decides how to respond to a court finding.

Villagers flock to take HIV tests

As a result of an NGO in the Eastern Cape using incentives to encourage people to check their status, HIV testing has tripled in four villages.

Lottery law tweak sparks abuse fears

Observers warn of corruption and inefficiency should state take over the operation of the lottery.

Cash-strapped Spaniards pin hopes on lottery

After another brutal year of economic hardship, Spaniards across the country are hoping for relief through the country's famed Christmas lottery.

Mega jackpot won: $640m prize goes to three winners

Three people have beaten the one-in-176-million chance to win their of "the world's largest jackpot” prize of $640-million in the US lottery.

World record $640m Mega Millions numbers drawn

Officials drew the numbers for a record jackpot of $640-million in the Mega Millions lottery on Friday night, but had yet to announce the winners.

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Young professional gets a career boost from PSETA

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Colgate-Palmolive South Africa donates one million bars of soap

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Cheque value bundles – real value

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Absa Rewards puts cash in your pocket

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