KZN teacher wins R1 million in Makro campaign

Durban — A KwaZulu-Natal teacher has won a zero-limit trade debtor account worth R1 million as part of Makro’s 51st Birthday Campaign.

The general merchandise retailer ran a few competitions, which included the first of-its-kind Makro Millionaire, which garnered over 32 000 entries last week.

The 51-year-old Makro winner, whose name could not be divulged, said she could not believe her life had just changed significantly.

She said she was still shocked about the achievement.

“When I received the call, I was shocked, but understood what was being communicated because I had entered the competition. I was over the moon and highly emotional,” she said.

The teacher said coming from a poor…

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