What can you do with R232-million?

One lucky South African is a multi-millionaire after winning the Powerball jackpot on Tuesday.

Screengrab / property24

JOHANNESBURG - One lucky South African is waking up R232-million richer on Wednesday after winning the PowerBall jackpot.

The winning ticket matched the five numbers and the PowerBall.

READ: One person scoops record R230m PowerBall

Options on the things one can do with that kind of money are endless whether it is a getaways, private jets or even owning your own island.

Below is a list of a few things the multi-millionaire can do with their newly found wealth:

PowerBall results: Find out if you were the lucky one

Buy a piece of the moon

Lunarland.com sells land on the moon.

File: For the past 15 years, America has sought to put its astronauts back on the Moon, but NASA did not think it could be done before 2028.

File: For the past 15 years, America has sought to put its astronauts back on the Moon, but NASA did not think it could be done before 2028.

AFP

Become a real estate mogul

Whether it is owning property near Clifton Beach, Hyde Park or Umhlanga Rocks, the millions can afford you multiple properties.

Four bedroom house near Clifton Beach worth nearly R 50-million.

Screengrab / Property24

Private Beyonce performance

India's richest man hired Queen Bey to perform at his daughter's wedding and the jackpot holder can do the same.

If they are not interested in getting married then surely a birthday performance would do.

Own an island

According to CNN owning an island is not that expensive and one could find an island all over the world for as little as $100, 000 ( R 1.4-million).

Picture of an island in the Bahamas.

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Private Jet

Beat the inconvenience of fully booked flights and the luxury of travelling to anywhere in the world at the drop of a hat with a private jet.

Private jet lands at the Bolzano airport, northerneast Italy.

AFP

Designer wardrobe

You can put your own money in several Louis Vuitton bags while dressed in all the finest clothes.

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