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Dr Tumi appears in court for fraud
Dr Tumi appears in court for fraudArticle

Gospel artist and medical doctor, Dr Tumi Makweya and his wife have been released on bail after being arrested for allegedly defrauding the National Lotteries Board (NLB)...

Onalenna Mhlongo 7 Apr 2021

Open letter: South Africa's forgotten sector
Open letter: South Africa's forgotten sectorArticle

Those that we support and those who support us are on the verge of collapse due to the Covid-19 pandemic...

Marc Lubner, Hedley Lewis, Kelly du Plessis, Lauren Pretorius, Cassey Chambers 4 May 2020

AgriHUB helps small-scale Kwazulu-Natal farmers
AgriHUB helps small-scale Kwazulu-Natal farmersArticle

A drought in the US, the world's biggest maize producer, affects food prices across the world. In a globalised agricultural economy, extreme weather conditions that destroy crops on one part of the planet cause food prices to spike in others, as supply drops.

Sulaiman Philip 19 Nov 2013

Mbalula seeks to open funding channels for sport, recreation
Mbalula seeks to open funding channels for sport, recreationArticle

PRETORIA: Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula says the National Lotteries Act should be amended to open opportunities for the sport and recreation sector to independently access lottery funding.

10 Jun 2013

Lotto targets rural recipientsArticle

New funding regulations for the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund (NLDTF), published by Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies, came into effect on 30 July 2010. The regulations prescribe that 50% of monies be used for specific priority areas and the focus will be on the developmental needs of rural, poor and under-privileged communities.

2 Aug 2010

Where alotto the Lotto money goes...Article

The National Lottery's biggest "winners" who collectively took more than R2.7 billion in the past five years, will show their happy faces on television, beginning early January 2005, in a new publicity campaign to counter scepticism.

9 Jan 2005

LOTTO tickets can now be bought online Article

Successful negotiations between the eBucks Rewards Programme and Uthingo Management have resulted in the first online partnership for the Licenced Operator of the National Lottery. Members of the leading rewards programme will now be able to use their eBucks rewards to purchase LOTTO tickets via the eBucks.com website.

Issued by eBucks 1 Dec 2003

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