Meet Cape Town’s newest millionaire, Noleen Marais from Kraaifontein. She won the R1 Million grand prize in LottoStar’s Your Month of Millions competition with Kfm 94.5, on Wednesday, 10 November 2021.
Fate was in favour of Noleen as the colour blue followed her to the final round where she was finally crowned an instant millionaire.
The popular Cape Town music station held a live event during the flagship breakfast show in collaboration with LottoStar.
Marais says the prize money will help her provide for her son.
“I am overwhelmed with joy. This morning I tearily and anxiously made my way to the Kfm 94.5 studios - leaving my baby with a friend for the first time. This has been a tough year as a single mom to my fourteen-month-old boy. Thank you Kfm 94.5 and LottoStar for turning my year around and for helping me create a brighter future for my son”, Noleen Marais, R1 million winner in the LottoStar Your Month of Millions campaign.
LottoStar and Kfm 94.5 declared the month of October Your Month of Millions by offering listeners the opportunity to create goodwill for a chance to win a share of hundreds of thousands of rands.
Kfm 94.5 station manager Stephen Werner says the collaboration reinforced the station's commitment to transforming lives.
This promotion is part of Kfm 94.5's ongoing commitment to making life-changing radio in the communities we serve. Over the past three weeks, we've had so many worthy winners on-air, sharing unbelievable stories of what a difference the money will make in their lives. But it's not just about making millionaires and giving away cash. We are also strong supporters of community outreach which is why the campaign supports the fantastic work done by Gift of the Givers, Stephen Werner, Kfm 94.5 Station Manager.
LottoStar’s Maria Pavli says this morning's competition was the Cape's biggest ever cash prize handed over during one single radio show.
"We’re happy to have partnered with our radio friends, Kfm 94.5 to change and touch people’s lives. A big thank you to the Kfm 94.5 listeners who participated and played their part in raising R1 million for Gift of the Givers which will go towards supporting food security, healthcare, and childcare in the Western Cape", Pavli adds.