South Africa Powerball Prizes
South Africa Powerball jackpots begin at around R3 million, depending on ticket sales, and rise quickly every time the top prize is not won. There is no rollover or jackpot cap on South Africa Powerball, meaning that it can rise to huge amounts. If there is no winner in any non-jackpot prize tier, then the amount that would have been paid to players who matched the required numbers is rolled down into the next winning tier and shared amongst the ticket holders there.
The biggest ever South Africa Powerball jackpot came on Friday 3rd June 2011, when a player from the Free State province snapped up R102 million.
South Africa Powerball has nine different prize divisions, with cash amounts given out for matching as few as one main ball and the Powerball. The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 18.
Here are the prize tiers available and the odds of winning in each division:
|Match five main balls and Powerball
|1 in 42,375,200
|Match five main balls
|1 in 2,230,274
|Match four main balls and Powerball
|1 in 188,334
|Match four main balls
|1 in 9,912/td>
|Match three main balls and Powerball
|1 in 4,280
|Match three main balls
|1 in 225
|Match two main balls and Powerball
|1 in 299
|Match one main ball and Powerball
|1 in 57
|1 in 35
If you fancy your chances of grabbing a South Africa Powerball fortune, then click on the Lotto Tickets tab to play!