The South African Social Security Agency (sassa) has acknowledged that some of its recipients have not been paid in two months. The delay, according to Sassa spokeswoman Paseka Letsatsi, is due to the agency's failure to finalize the arrangement with the bank. We will pay every dime we owe our beneficiaries as soon as the Treasury approves our proposal,' he said. All sassa recipients who opted cardless are still owed money, and the South African security agency is aware of the situation and has committed to address it.
They also enhanced their IT system to aid in the detection of fraudsters who fraudulently claim government grants. They advise consumers to use banking instead of going to the post office to avoid long waits. If all of your facts 'are correct and appear under your name and surname that appears' on your identity card, you will not be eligible for this social hardship payment.
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