Millions of South Africans across the country play the lotto on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis. Those millions take a chance in winning the lottery and becoming millionaires one day. The rich, poor and the middle class play the lottery; it does not have class, color, shape or personality in who takes part. It takes the chance in ether upgrading their lifestyle, adding to their millions, or changing the current situation of once life. There have been many people who have improved their lives and those of their families by winning the lottery. Some call it luck and some just call it being gifted to guess what 6 numbers might be drawn and make them winners.
People pray for the lottery; they dream of the 6 numbers they should play in order to win. Who does not want to have cash in abundance in their bank accounts to take that overseas trip they have always dreamed of, to further their studies, build their dream home, pay off their debts that have been giving them sleepless nights, or even drive that fancy car that one only sees on television? Many have tried their luck a few times, but because they do not want to be disappointed time and time again, they give up after a few unlucky tries. Some say those are the lucky ones because they do not lose as much money on unlucky bets as those who keep playing over and over.
One of the main reasons why many schools operate and charities manage to help children with disabilities is because Lotto contributes towards such schools and organisations. This has been a great help for the schools as some parents are unemployed and cannot afford to pay for the kids school fees and transportation to and from the school. Six lucky numbers do not only change the lives of the people playing Lotto, but also contributes to the communities. It is indeed an imaginable thing for one to dream of what they could do one day if they won the Lotto.