Latest updates South Africa Lotto Plus 1 and Lotto Plus 2 Results for Saturday 10 November 2018

SA Lotto, Lotto Plus 1 and Lotto Plus 2 Results / Numbers – November 2018. Here are the winning Lotto numbers (Lotto, Lotto Plus 1 and Lotto Plus 2)

SA Lotto results for Saturday, 03 November 2018

  • Main Lotto Draw:  5, 8, 9, 33, 41, 42   Bonus Ball:   20
  • Lotto Plus 1:  6, 11, 17, 21, 49, 51        Bonus Ball:   34
  • Lotto Plus 2:  31, 35, 43, 44, 48, 51      Bonus Ball:   45

SA Lotto results for Wednesday, 07 November 2018

  • Main Lotto Draw:  2, 8, 29, 35, 42, 47   Bonus Ball:  18
  • Lotto Plus 1:  12, 16, 20, 21, 26, 28       Bonus Ball:  49
  • Lotto Plus 2:   8, 15, 32, 33, 35, 42        Bonus Ball:  47

SA Lotto results for Saturday, 03 November 2018

  • Main Lotto Draw:  11, 33, 37, 41, 45, 49        Bonus Ball:  26
  • Lotto Plus 1:  2, 24, 26, 32, 47, 49                Bonus Ball:   25
  • Lotto Plus 2:  3, 28, 29, 33, 43, 48                Bonus Ball:   47

When do lottery ticket sales close?

If you are buying your tickets from an existing Lottery outlet, they close at 20:30 on the day of a draw. The terms and conditions for other lotto services vary – please read them when you sign up for these services.

What does a Lotto ticket cost?

A single LOTTO play will cost you R5.00 vat incl. A separate cost of LOTTO PLUS 1 will be R2.50 and a single charge of LOTTO PLUS 2 will be R2.50 vat incl.

Where to play LOTTO

  • To play visit national , register and start playing. Registration is quick and straightforward, and you can play immediately.
  • You are able to play on your banking partner: First National Bank, Standard Bank and Nedbank.
  • Visit your National Lottery retailers nationwide.
  • Visit your local informal trader: FLASH, Kazang, A2Pay and Blue Label.

What is PowerBall/PowerBall Plus?

An on-line Game utilising a digital terminal to record Selections and also to validate prize claims.

How does the PowerBall/PowerBall Plus game work?

Twice a week on Tuesday and Friday participants may select 5 out of 45 numbers and 1 number out of 20 names that can be entered into a draw. A participant may join the PowerBall in the following ways: 
  1. Presenting a completed Bet Slip to a Retailer. On any one Bet Slip, a Participant may make a selection from a minimum of one entry and a maximum of the number of entries included on the Bet Slip. Each choice is made by manually marking 6 numbers within one entry or by manually scoring the Quick Pick box. The completed Bet Slip is processed through the Terminal, which will issue the Receipt recording each Selection marked on the Bet Slip;
  2. By indicating in person to a Retailer, the requested digits or numbers to be entered manually into the Terminal by the Retailer;
  3. Requiring a number Selection to be made on a random basis by the Lottery Processing System through a Quick Pick;
  4. Selecting a random set of 6 numbers at an alternative point of sale other than the terminals where a participant can purchase an entry into the PowerBall Game. These would include ATM’s, Mobile Application, Mobile Phones and any other additional channels;

What is a Random Number Generator (RNG)?

The RNG is a computer system that is used to randomly choose the winning PowerBall and PowerBall PLUS numbers.

Are the draws conducted live?

Each draw is conducted live in the presence of an independent auditor, and by the procedures and rules to do such draws using the RNG. The draw procedures and the laws of conducting the PowerBall games have been approved by the National Lotteries Commission.

Are the balls and draw machines tested?

The draw machines and balls will only be used if the RNG is non-operational. Wits University is contracted to test and certify the devices and balls regularly.

Where and when may I purchase a PowerBall Game?

Tickets can be purchased at an existing Lottery outlet daily. Tickets may not be purchased at least 30 minutes before the draw that the receipt has been entered into.

How many times can a PowerBall Jackpot roll over to the next draw? 

A jackpot will roll over for as many times as possible until it is won. Rollovers occur when a prize is not won. If the jackpot of a specific draw is not earned, it is rolled over to the next draw and added to the jackpot amount of that particular draw.

What happens when a rollover coincides with a guaranteed jackpot? 

If a rollover coincides with a guaranteed jackpot, the rollover amount is included in the guaranteed jackpot.

How do Rollovers of Jackpots work? 

Before each draw, Ithuba estimates and advertises a jackpot based on expected ticket sales. A guaranteed jackpot is a planned and assured minimum amount offered to players. This means that the prize will never be below the guaranteed amount. A roll-over amount is a jackpot prize that would have been won had the drawn numbers been matched which is carried to the next jackpot.
Every week the Jackpot is estimated at an amount, according to expected sales. A guaranteed Jackpot prize is not affected by sales unless a higher Jackpot amount is anticipated because of rollovers. In cases where the estimated Jackpot amount exceeds a secured Jackpot amount, the guaranteed amount will fall away to a higher estimated amount.

What is the difference between an estimated and guaranteed Jackpot prize? 

Every week the Jackpot is estimated at an amount, according to expected sales. The total prize pool is calculated at 45% of total sales. Each Division will get allocated a percentage.

With special draws, Ithuba will offer a guaranteed Jackpot prize that is not affected by sales, unless a higher Jackpot amount is expected because of rollovers. In cases where the estimated Jackpot amount exceeds a guaranteed Jackpot amount, the guaranteed will fall away to a higher estimated amount.

How do I claim the PowerBall Prize?

Prizes up to R2000 can be claimed at any retailers.

Prizes between R2000 and R50000 needs to be claimed at your post office.

Prizes above R50000 needs to be claimed at an Ithuba regional office.

Is there a time period in which to claim prizes?

PowerBall players have up to 365 days from the day of the draw to claim.

After expiry, 50% of the unclaimed prize money is deposited into the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund (NLDTF) for distribution to Good Causes.
For further questions and Enquiries:
Please refer to the National Lottery website ( or contact the Ithuba Player Helpline 0800 484 822