World Cup 2010: Dutchman Puts his Villa in South Africa on a Lottery

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World Cup 2010: Dutchman Puts his Villa in South Africa on a Lottery

For only EUR 99 (approximately GBP 88) see the World Cup in South Africa and sleep in your own South African Villa? Dutchman Peter de Pagter is offering this unusual chance. He is putting an exclusive, completely furnished villa on a draw and is adding 4 free tickets for a match of the England team at the World Cup, including 2 flights. Anybody can participate. After the WC the villa will remain the property of the winner.

Almost always beautiful weather

Years ago Peter left for South Africa, following the many other Europeans
who are now living in the West Cape Province. He recently built another villa
on the same wine estate, where he is currently living, and decided to put
it on a lottery so that others can get a chance to enjoy the good climate and
beautiful surroundings.

For wine lovers

The villa is built on the renowned wine estate “Diemersfontein”, and has
all the modern amenities. You can taste wine in your own backyard or in the
restaurant on the same estate. The wine estate is situated on the border
between Wellington and Paarl.

Already a successful alternative

There are only 4.999 lottery tickets available for this alternative sale,
of which approx. 85% have been registered for. The lottery tickets are also
on sale in the Netherlands and Belgium. The procedure of the raffle is
supervised and taken care of by a notary. All further information can be
found on Here


2010 World Cup  South Africa's preparation to host the games on African soil for the first time but also individual African countries' determination to take part in the historic event. Five African countries - Cameroon, Nigeria, Algeria, South Africa and Ghana - are selected to join twenty seven teams from around the world to battle it out on the football pitch for the gold trophy. One by one, the African teams are eliminated, but Africans will not be bogged down as they rally behind their compatriots on the wings of the vuvuzela, a far cry from the near diplomatic row between Algeria and Egypt during the qualifiers. Ghana are the last team to leave but not before African unity becomes reality...
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