Finance minister Enoch Godongwana has not planned for an extension of the R350 social relief of distress award beyond its March 2022 expiry date, stating that the issue is reserved for the cabinet.
"In terms of the basic income grant or R350 or anything else, we believe it will expire, it was extended until the end of March." Between now and the end of March, the government must determine what to do, not the Treasury he said.
The Government will determine if it want to prolong it, And if it wants to proceed with the grant they must determine what they are willing to sacrifice to afford them.
Problem with leadership they don't follow up inspections check if thinks are well managed that is all I see from our president and ministers in this country but they claim.
to work and help ppl what they are doing is not acceptable they supposed to check update us in media msg in phones but they just enjoy being on top positions for their own sake.
I believe there's something wrong with sassa either they use our money for their own problem how will we trust if you got dates since the beginning of srd payments but when you check bank nothing you call them.
they give you different statements why don't we group and ask morning live on SABC2 to call sassa so that we can state our problems to them let them fix what is going on live I smell corruption here.
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