R114m lotto winner has been found ... and she prioritises her kids' education
News24 has reported that a 35-year-old mother of four is the winner of a R114-million lotto jackpot after spending only R5 on a ticket at a Roodepoort cafe.
The woman, who often struggled to afford to pay rent in her Soweto back room, is looking forward to having her children live with her in a new house back home in the Eastern Cape.
Ithuba corporate relations executive Khensani Mabuza says the winner has been assigned a financial counsellor.
The fact that she played with R5 means that she only played for one line and didn't even consider a powerball plus.Khensani Mabuza, Corporate relations executive - Ithuba
Part of her plans is that she wants to buy a house, move back home. I think first and foremost really is about her children, in most of the narrative, she is speaking about her kids' education, putting her kids first and ensuring that she creates a healthy financial backing for generations to come.Khensani Mabuza, Corporate relations executive - Ithuba
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