The move to extend the R350 grant for more years' is expected the Social security agency have no plan but to keep the R350 grant to fight unemployment in south Africa.
As more people qualify for the grant the government will now have a clear reflection of the numbers of the unemployed people in south Africa.
The move is called by many political parties even to increase the R350 grant is the matter that is on the table with the treasury and the government to find ways on how the R350 grant can be increased to a good amount that will be able to cover the needs of the unemployed people.
This is a positive move and change for the government, it is important for the government to think more about the people who really need help.
It is really a great time for the government and the social security agency to show leadership skills in this matters.
It will take time for the government to try to employ all the people who unemployed, food parcels also plays a big role on those who are really affected by poverty in the country.
The government is now on the right path under the current leadership of Cyril ramaphosa as more of the economy is growing and investors are willing to invest under the leadership of Cyril ramaphosa.
The inclusive growth of the economy that the current president always Talks about shows some action,it is important to make people to be more confident in the country.
Although this journey Will never be easy but it is the right journey that the government and the treasury will have to take.
Extreme measures from the government and the social security agency are expected, the move to implement the basic income grant will definitely be possible looking at the statistics in south Africa of people who are unemployed will force the government to take the extreme measures that they didn't want to take before, it is only when the government is under pressure that we can see the true governance and how new structures are implemented to fight poverty in the country.
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