Ithuba Lottery spokesperson Busisiwe Kolo told Naledi Shange from Times Live that the ticket was bought at Shoprite Checkers in Sanlam Centre, Parow, Cape Town. Koloi added: “R28m is a life-changing amount of money. We hope that the player will respond to our efforts in trying to find him or her as we are ready to assist.” The winner has until Wednesday, 13 February to claim their winnings or the ticket will be forfeited, and the money will go towards the National Lotteries Distribution Trust Fund for charity. According to the Lottery Service, 50% of the funds will be donated to causes around the country. Smaller prize amounts are paid out directly, but a strict claims process must be followed for high-value winnings. The unknown winner is urged to contact the lottery offices on 0800 484 822 to claim their prize money. Tickets are valid for up
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