Sassa rejects almost 2-million for temporary Covid-19 relief grant – BusinessLIVE


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There are once again problems with the payment of the government’s temporary Covid-19 relief grant, which has seen nearly 2-million beneficiaries, who have no form of income, going without anything for almost two months.
The SA Social Security Agency (Sassa), which distributes social grants, said on Wednesday that there has been a rise in the number of rejections of applications for the R350 grant. ..
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