South Africans to Get Grants, Financial Service to Make Billions

Cash Paymaster Services is expected to make R4.6 billion from its new agreement with the South African Social Security Agency. This comes as the Constitutional Court ruled that the invalidity of its previous contract will be suspended for 12 months and that the payment of social grants must continue until a new service is found.



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Sassa vehicle (top). Sassa offices (bottom-left). Protesters demonstrate against Sassa and Cash Paymaster Services (bottom-right).

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