The supreme court of appeal ruled on Thursday that it is up to the social development department to consider drafting legislation that will protect social grant beneficiaries from predatory practices.
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South Africa will no longer have any welfare beneficiaries paid by Net1 UEPS Technologies next month, bringing to an end a controversial relationship.
The South African Post Office is set to take over the administration of cash payments to two million social grant beneficiaries when the contract of service provider Net1 UEPS subsidiary Cash Paymaster Services expires
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
National treasury has recommended that Net1 UEPS Technologies be paid 24% less than it’s requesting for a six month extension to pay social welfare grants at cash pay points. In documents submitted to the constitutional
The suspension of the tender process by social services agency Sassa to find a new service provider that will be responsible for cash payments to 2.5m elderly and disabled beneficiaries has raised fears of a sequel
Social development minister Susan Shabangu has suspended the tender process aimed at securing a new distributor for the country’s social security cash payments for millions of people, after G4S lodged a