One more day, another phony report spread about SASSA. Numerous individuals living in South Africa rely upon SASSA awards to endure and having counterfeit word being gotten out on these awards just delivers negative impacts for both general society and SASSA.
This time, a web-based media paged which guaranteed 'uncommon information' concerning the office is spreading a message which peruses, "The R500 Caregiver award has been added once more. The top-up added R500 per parental figure, yet not per youngster, per guardian".
If it's not too much trouble note that the underneath data is Fake and doesn't come from SASSA.
The organization at that point kept on clarifying that all the top up sums for the social awards, which incorporates Aged Age, Disability, War Veterans,Child Support,Foster Child and Care Dependency awards, have reached a conclusion.
Half a month prior, SASSA reported that the R500 top up on the Caregiver award would be ceased which influenced around 7 million recipients. This activity obviously was not met with adulation and applause the same number of associations ventured up and attempted to have the office switch their choice.
On Friday 30 October 2020, the Black Sash Trust, helped by the Center for Applied Legal Studies carried a pressing application to the Pretoria High Court against SASSA and the Ministers of Social Development and Finance for the stopping of the top-up awards.
SASSA chose to expand the COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress award, which is similarly as basic and fundamental as the parental figure award, the association said and Black Sash along these lines accepts that the guardian award should proceed.
"We contend that the Caregiver Grant is an imperative measure expected to help the most weak individuals in our nation through a phenomenal time of trouble to get to essential necessities like food and sanctuary. Truth be told, the extra sum is firmly connected to the present status of catastrophe and can't reach a conclusion until the calamity itself does, or until the impacts of the fiasco on our general public have been tended to," said lawyer at the Center for Applied Legal Studies Ariella Scher.
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