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SASSA: SRD R1500 to be paid monthly? See what the Government have in plan

The South African government, under the leadership of the African National Congress and President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, presented an unprecedented COVID-19 unemployment gift of R350 some time ago.

This is to assist those who have lost income as a result of Covid-19, as well as those who are unemployed yet qualify.

Since then, a number of individuals have petitioned the public authorities to establish a very lasting unemployment reserve.

The Pay The Grants mission hashtag requests Sass and the Department of Social Development to pay the R350 Social Relief of Distress Grant recipients promptly.

In addition, they need a stable payment of R1500 per unemployed individual. The inquiry is whether or not the public authority would consider the request and provide an exceptional assistance award of R1,500.

Less than a little amount of SA residents give forty percent of all out charge income. Prior to the implementation of Covid, over 18 million Sans were receiving some form of government assistance; currently, another 10 million have joined them, bringing the total number of people receiving government assistance in South Africa to nearly 28 million.

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