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It took Consumer Line just one phone call to make Teddy Ncube a happy man.
Kickoff magazine, a top sports magazine, has now delivered all the prizes won by Ncube.
Ncube said he always read Kickoff but had never entered any of its grand competitions.
"This March I decided to try my luck and amazingly I won."
He said he had entered the competition because there were such lucrative prizes, which he planned to share with his family and a friend if he won.
His prizes, worth R6700, consisted of a TV set, a Buren Swiss watch, a designer tracksuit, soccer boots, shin guards and a Nike football.
"When the organisers confirmed I was the grand winner I knew my ancestors had remembered me," said a delighted Ncube.
He said he could never had afforded a new TV set for his father-in-law, but it had been on his priority list.
"A TV set will mean a lot to my father-in-law because he will no longer have to bother his neighbours to watch the news or football."
His best friend, who played soccer in old boots, will also now benefit from Ncube's good fortune.
Ncube had approached Consumer Line to help him because the prizes had not been delivered within a week, as promised.
"I had raised my friend's and my father-in-law's expectations and after the prizes failed to arrive they doubted that I had actually won.
But that's all in the past now. Early this week he received all his prizes.