After months of anticipation, it’s time to reveal the winner of the Caesarstone Millionaire competition!   While the winning homeowner will receive one of the biggest-ever competition prizes in South Africa – the sum of R1 million – they are not the only ones going home smiling.

“We wanted to highlight the local kitchen design and fabricator communities in this competition, too,” said Trevor King, marketing director of Caesarstone South Africa.

The kitchen designer of the winning kitchen, as well as the fabricator who cut and installed the winning Caesarstone surfaces will also take home incredible prizes.

“Our winning fabricator receives a R200,000 cash prize, while our winning kitchen designer gets R100,000 cash and they will be treated to a trip for two to the biggest kitchen design fair in the world, worth R100,000.  That’s a dream come true for any kitchen fanatic!” he added.

Former Miss South Africa and Top Billing presenter, Jo-Ann Strauss was present to do the honours of drawing the winning token.

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“It’s not often I get to give away R1 million, so I am incredibly excited to be part of the Caesarstone team,” said Strauss

“Well, not only part of the Caesarstone team – you have Caesarstone in your home,” said media personality, Danilo Acquisto.

Our competition auditor and administrator were on hand to make sure the draw was done perfectly.

“It’s everywhere – everywhere!  My bathroom has beautiful Caesarstone surfaces against the walls, and of course my kitchen, which is looking quite amazing,” she said.

Under the watchful eye of our auditor Sarah Buerger of Michaelsons Attorneys, Jo-Ann Strauss drew the winning disc with the registration number out of the competition challis containing hundreds of hopeful entries.

We are excited to announce that the Caesarstone Millionaire is Johannes Jacobus de Klerk of Groot Brak, near George, in the Western Cape!

Cheers to the first-ever Caesarstone Millionaire!
Trevor King, Jo-Ann Strauss, Danillo Acquisto and Rudi Eggers

The lucky Caesarstone kitchen was designed by Retha Moss from House of Woodmasters, while the Caesarstone fabrication was undertaken by Pieter Slabbert of Pro-Granite in George.

Congratulations to our winners who have already received their prizes and thank you to everyone who entered the competition.

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