According to a social development organization headed by minister lindiwe zulu, social assistance grant beneficiaries must reapply for the R350 grant.
As a result of the fact that they will have to reapply for the R350 award, the beneficiaries have expressed their discontent.
Every month, the government conducts a lengthy verification and approval process, leading many grantees to claim they were in desperate need of the funds they received.
Those who are unemployed and have no alternative source of money are nervous about the process.
Since the R350 Grant gives them hope that they can at least buy food for themselves or their children, many of the recipients are now perplexed and frustrated. Every month counts toward their R350 Grant, thus it's normal if the process takes a while for them to complete.
Since there are so many people without jobs who are looking for ways to augment their income, President Cyril ramaphosa saw the need to extend the extension.
Unemployment among young people and the general population is a major concern for current South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Numerous obstacles are unquestionable in South Africa. In addition, a solution to the Durban floods is required.
Since the economy shifted and the crisis between Russia and Ukraine emerged, things have gotten even worse.
The president of South Africa has made it clear that he intends to advocate for talks between Russia and Ukraine.
Putin has made it clear that Russia does not want a resolution to the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. This conflict could have serious repercussions for countries like South Africa. In South Africa, rising interest rates mean that the R350 monthly minimum payment may no longer be enough to fund the basic necessities of the country's poorest citizens.