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While state capture architects have profited from state-owned enterprises, South Africa might have missed the quiet ruin of another key organ of state. The South African Social Security Agency, which plays the critical

The South African Social Security Agency has cancelled its tender for a service provider to handle the cash payment of welfare grants to millions of poor people, according to social development minister Susan

Social security agency Sassa wants to give Net1 subsidiary Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) more powers in the distribution of social grants if its invalid contract is extended for an additional six months from

Net1 UEPS Technologies, the parent company of social grants distributor Cash Paymaster Services, plans to roll out banking services to underserved consumers – some of whom are social grant recipients – after its

Incumbent social grants distributor Cash Paymaster Services might swoop in again at the last minute to help the South African Social Security Agency avoid a crisis that would place the livelihoods of the country’s most

The Post Office and civil rights group Black Sash have raised concerns about delays and frustrations caused by the South African Social Security Agency in the agency’s process of phasing out the invalid

The Post Office will take over the distribution of welfare grants from current service provider Net1 UEPS Technologies, minister in the presidency Jeff Radebe said on Sunday. The agreement between the South Africa

National treasury should investigate the conduct of officials at the welfare agency and the social development department for possible prosecution, according to a panel appointed by the constitutional

Net1 UEPS Technologies, a unit of which distributes welfare payments in South Africa, understated its profit from the government contract in a submission to the country’s constitutional court that was audited by KPMG, a report released by