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R350 SRD grant: Here is how SASSA will identify fraudsters

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) said it redesigned its IT framework, to help with distinguishing fraudsters who wrongfully guarantee the R350 SRD award. 

Sassa's new IT framework 

Addressing eNCA on Monday, Sassa representative Paseka Letsatsi said control the ascent of Sassa wrongdoing. He said hoodlums will be captured. 

A 'exceptionally tied up' framework 

Letsatsi said the framework as carried out presently is "extremely restricted" on the grounds that most recipients who ought to get the award, do get the award. 

"Also, I think on the off chance that we circle back to that, the individuals who are in some unacceptable will get captured on the grounds that the aim here is to ensure we don't really give individuals who don't merit this measure of cash", he said 

In the interim, Sassa has, until this point, paid 6 million out of 14 million candidates of the SRD award. 

Facilitating installments 

Starting at 30 September, Sassa has paid almost 6,000,000 Covid-19 award applications. Some 8.3 million candidates have been endorsed and over 5.6 million accepted their awards by September 2021. 

Sassa said it figured out how to assist installments to checked candidates notwithstanding the high volume of uses. It is as yet during the time spent checking the excess applications. 

About 1.5 million individuals favored their monies to be paid through the cardless channel at ATMs. 

Postponement in Sassa installments 

Back in August, Sassa senior supervisor Fanie Sethokga reacted to the excess and deferral in the payout of the R350 award, and blew a gasket on air when scrutinized. 

Sethokga said the postponement in payouts was because of information check. For each application got, the data should be confirmed against the Home Affairs information base. 

Sethokga said the interaction needed to begin once more for the new month, on the grounds that a recipient's very own conditions might change.

Source: The Citizen

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