The winning numbers were 29, 32, 33, 45, 47 and PowerBall 15. The game was played through the Quick Pick selection with a wager of R45.
“I had been playing for a long time and I believe that everyone has their day. When it’s your time it will happen, so people should keep on playing because you never know,” she said.
Ithuba CEO Charmaine Mabuza congratulated the winner.
“Our team has offered the winner counselling followed by extensive financial advice to assist her with financial planning, at no cost,” said Mabuza.
In the same draw, a 72-year-old from KwaZulu-Natal won the R100m guaranteed PowerBall jackpot after playing for 14 years.
Wednesday's draw is an estimated jackpot of R60m for Lotto, an estimated R35m for Lotto Plus 1 and an estimated R12m for Lotto Plus 2.