As the #LOTTOJerusalemadanceChallenge slowly comes to close, we should all take some time to watch some of the more memorable entries which flooded the Twitter and Facebook pages of the South African National Lottery.
Two entrants stir out hearts with their entries and charitable reasons for joining in on the challenge.
We aim to do an NGO that will primarily focus on informing and teaching the community about their rights in the constitution and understand the basics of law as we are both law students. This money will help to start our NGO with equipment and paper work needed.@sa_lottery pic.twitter.com/4K7T5A93ve
— C. Man R (@Rodzula02) September 18, 2020
Nuraan inspires us with his ambition to create jobs – the clown hat is a nice touch as well.
I do handsewing from home.The 20k can go along way. Owning 2 Sewing machine will make my work much faster and easier. And I will also be able to employe other ladies from my area and do job creation at the same time. #LOTTOJerusalemadanceChallenge @sa_lottery @MasterKGsa 🙏 🤞 pic.twitter.com/g2FacF1BYO
— Nuraan Nanie Abrahams (@Nuraan08844077) September 18, 2020
Iris touches our souls as she aspires to make moves out of unemployment.
@sa_lottery #LOTTOJerusalemaDanceChallenge @MasterKGsa My Phanda Pusha Hustle needs a boost i plan on going bigger and better. Unemployment has no space in my game. I need to elevate & make the hustle look good pic.twitter.com/P1c80Zi0tL
— Iris (@Mwah2u2) September 18, 2020