Here Is What Proves That The Government Is Corrupt

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Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu has uncovered that in excess of 214 000 social awards were paid out to individuals who had passed on.

Another 59 000 individuals were paid the R350 social help of trouble (SRD) award after they passed on over the most recent couple of months.

Zulu said the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) runs its information with the populace register of the Department of Home Affairs to guarantee that individuals paid social or SRD awards are the right recipients.

In any case, a portion of the passings were accounted for late.

Zulu, who was answering to a composed inquiry in Parliament from Bridget Masango of the DA, said sometimes friendly awards installments were made after an individual had kicked the bucket.


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"The data gave beneath is to the installment vouchers removed after the date of death of the recipient. This data isn't award explicit, however connected to a recipient, who might get more than one award. Further investigation is needed to have the option to determine this by award type," she said.

"For the period January 2020 to 31 October 2021, an aggregate of 214 344 vouchers were removed after the demise of the recipient. Nonetheless, this doesn't mirror the numbers really paid out as now and again, the cash paid has effectively been recuperated, or got back to Sassa by Sapo (South African Post Office).

"The absolute number of vouchers for the R350 social help of pain award extricated after the demise of the recipient for the period being talked about is 59 089. Once more, this is the complete number of vouchers separated, yet the genuine number paid out might be known on receipt of the full compromise from Sapo," Zulu added.

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