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Malema says R350 grant is not enough - 'beneficiaries must be exempted from paying for water

The R350 social alleviation of misery award isn't sufficient to support poor people, said EFF pioneer Julius Malema during a local gathering in Sebokeng. 

Malema said the public authority ought to be paying the poor more, yet recognized that social awards ought not be an extremely durable arrangement. 

He said the Sassa awards were adequately not, as the poor are additionally expected to pay for essential administrations like water and power. 

"Being a Sassa recipient implies that you are poor. As the public authority, why then, at that point do you anticipate cash from poor people? It's off-base. Sassa recipients should be excluded from paying for water and power. There should be an information base that demonstrates this in neighborhood regions. 

"That way, you will actually want to help your youngsters. Water and power are costly," said Malema. 

Malema approached the inhabitants to decide in favor of the EFF with the guarantee of reestablishing their respect and free arrangement of fundamental administrations. 

The second period of the SDR awards started off in August after President Cyril Ramaphosa once again introduced the awards in July. They are pointed toward helping jobless youth and to lighten the effect of the July turmoil which obliterated organizations and foundation.

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EFF Julius Malema Malema Sassa Sebokeng.


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