The South African government is working very hard to improve the lives of the unemployed people in Mzanzi.
Even though the government is trying by all means to make sure that everyone is secured financially, the truth about the matter is that the war against the poverty is still far from over. Sassa has released the very crucial information regarding the SRD grant.
Sassa has revealed that 70% of those who applied for SRD grant are under the age of 34. This means that many young people here in Mzanzi are unemployed. This is really disturbing, especially for the future of the country.
Clearly South African youngsters are facing more challenges, many of them are educated, but without experience it will be difficult for them to find employment.
Government must find another way to tackle the issue of unemployment and poverty In the country. Clearly 350 grant is not enough, the youth need something stable that they can rely on. Creating jobs was supposed to be a priority in Mzanzi.
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