Who Gets South Africa's Lotto Money?

The biggest beneficiary of the National Lottery Commission, ever, is the South African Sports Confederation & Olympic Committee (Sascoc), which has been allocated a little more than R779-million since 2006.

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The National Lottery Commission (NLC) has been granting non-profit organisations, non-government organisations, public benefit trusts, schools and communities funding since 2002.

  • South Africa:   How The Lotto Money is Spent

    GroundUp, 20 February 2018

    The National Lottery Commission (NLC) has been granting non-profit organisations, non-government organisations, public benefit trusts, schools and communities funding since 2002. Read more »

Photo: GroundUp

The National Lottery Commission (NLC) has been granting non-profit organisations, non-government organisations, public benefit trusts, schools and communities funding since 2002.

Photo: GroundUp

The biggest beneficiary of the National Lottery Commission, ever, is the South African Sports Confederation & Olympic Committee (Sascoc), which has been allocated a little more than R779-million since 2006.

Photo: GroundUp

The National Lottery Commission (NLC) has been granting non-profit organisations, non-government organisations, public benefit trusts, schools and communities funding since 2002.

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