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Residents Affected By The KZN Floods To Be Given Food Vouchers.

In an answer to parliamentary inquiries from DS MP Bridget Masango, Zulu said Sassa has not dispensed any food bundles as it has depended exclusively on the utilization of vouchers for the motivations behind giving social help of pain.

"This empowers the organization to give help in a substantially more convenient way, and furthermore empowers the beneficiaries to choose their own help things from the voucher," she said.

Zulu said Sassa additionally gave feasts to 40 600 recipients at 72 safe houses across the area.

The priest said one Sassa neighborhood office in Chatsworth was harmed by the floods that administrations roughly 140 recipients each day.

"Because of the negligible harm no administrations at SASSA workplaces were seriously compromised and administrations to concede candidates are going on as would be expected," she said, adding that this briefly affected day to day tasks.

Zulu said the commonplace Department of Public Works assessed the expenses for fixing the rooftop at R 17.5 million.

In the mean time, Parliament's impromptu joint board on flood calamity alleviation and recuperation said at the end of the week it was happy with the explanation made on the R1 billion that was made accessible for the catastrophe.

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