JOHANNESBURG - Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has said an assessment concerning the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has found that there was baseless deferral in allowing new arrangements for the movement of food bundles in different regions at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
a sign on a construction: A South African Social Security Agency office in Pretoria.© Kayleen Morgan/EWN A South African Social Security Agency office in Pretoria.
She gave a report on different assessments that found maladministration in substances like Sassa.
The assessment was prompted by a protesting held up in July 2020 by Advocate Paul Hoffman of the Institute for Accountability in Southern Africa.
Huge STOCKPILES OF FOOD
In her last report, Mkhwebane said designated expert communities were left with titanic stores of food in conveyance habitats, on account of the weakness about the expansion of their arrangements to give food bundles.
a sign on a structure: A South African Social Security Agency office in Pretoria.
She said Sassa fail to pass on organizations and help as various families were left without food packs during a significant time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mkhwebane similarly inspected whether Western Cape Premier Alan Winde fail to circle back to the cases of not recommended lead by MEC Anton Bredell, which were drawn out of the dark.
Sassa neglected to convey food help during COVID-19: Public Protector (msn.com)
She found that the charge that Winde fail to circle back to the cases against the MEC was not approved.
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