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Lotto Results: Wednesday, 22 January 2020

We have got your back when it comes to the latest release of lotto, lotto plus1, and lotto plus 2 results. It matters not whether you reside in North West – Brits, Ventersdorp, Koster, Klerksdorp – or perhaps in the deep crowded province of the most beautiful front, Gauteng Province in Pretoria, or perhaps you are in KZN, Cape Town or City of Johannesburg or anywhere in South Africa – if you’ve got your ticket handy, or perhaps you have played the online method and just waiting for the numbers, you are in luck because iBusiness updates the latest lotto results as they are broadcasted. The draw will air on SABC 2 at 08:55 and will be updated here almost instantly after the draw.

Remember you can still play lottery before 8:30 PM for every allocated draw day. Tonight’s draw is ID number 1989. Were you born in 1989, tonight’s draw could be your lucky night and get to walk away with an estimated jackpot of R10-million for the main lotto results, as well as R2.1-million and R5.7-million for Lotto Plus 1 and Lotto Plus 2 consecutively.

Please note that the results will be updated after they have been released on SABC 2, at 20:55. iBusiness will ensure the results are updated within 15min after the aired results.

Results have been updated

Main Lotto, Lotto Plus and Lotto Plus 2 results

Lotto:12, 19, 24, 31, 37, 52 Bonus Ball: 14

Lotto Plus 1: 05, 12, 18, 20, 28, 40 Bonus Ball: 14

Lotto Plus 2: 10, 14, 26, 30, 40, 50 Bonus Ball: 38

The ticket only costs R5.00 per board and additional costs (R2.50 for Plus 1 and /or R2.50 for Plus 2) are charged when you select the Plus 1 and 2 games. The odds of winning the lottery in South Africa is 1 in 20,358,520 – what are the chances? Well, just as indicated. So for you to be guaranteed a lottery winner you will have to spend R101,792,600 – playing a number of all the odds calculated by iB.

There are a lot of websites providing ways to win lottery such as odd-even lotto numbers, high-low, number group strategies, etc. Playing the game requires one to choose 6 numbers between 1 and 52 – the bonus ball is provided as a way to win even more in case you miss a number or a few.

If you don’t have lucky numbers like Isaac, you can choose a Quick Pick option, you can play all 3 (Lotto, Plus 1 and Plus 2), the authorized retailer will use the lottery processing system that will randomly pick 6 lucky numbers on your behalf.

Manually, you just have to find a valid LOTTO Betslip, you can use a pen or a pencil and tick 6 numbers you want to play (from 1 to 52). Take the slip to the teller, make payments, and have your ticket processed and ensure you get the receipt, Ithuba urges you to write your name at back of your receipt – and sit back as we update you with the winning numbers and/or watch the draw on SABC 2 every Wed and Saturday at 20h55 and see if you are the winner.

I encourage you to visit the National Lottery Website for more information.  We will continue to serve you with Lottery Results as well as Powerball Results for every draw.

Past Results

In case you are looking for the previous results of the lottery results, you can do so by visiting the result’s page that was drawn on Saturday, 18th and you may also take a look at the draw that took place on the 17th for the Powerball.

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