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Dodgy official ‘parachuted’ into Sassa

Staff say Benedicta Monama knows little about the agency and highlight her controversial past

More than 1.8m grant beneficiaries migrated to new Sassa card

Social development minister Susan Shabangu said they had also taken legal action against CPS employees who interfered with migration progress.

Editorial: Sassa’s misstep is beyond apology

'How far can you fall in the three days that you stood in line, having been forced to borrow money to pay taxi fares to get to a collection point?'

PSA claims victory over Sassa

The PSA and the agency have not been able to reach an agreement on wage increases for workers since the union tabled its demands in February

Sassa urges patience, assures grants will be paid despite difficulties

​Social grant beneficiaries who draw their money at ATMs might have to wait a little longer to access it

Sassa strike will ‘cripple’ operations – PSA

The PSA has been engaged in prolonged and conflict-ridden wage negotiations

Sassa employee strike is off ― for now, and Kebby Maphatsoe could be on the way out

In today's news wrap: A planned strike by Sassa employees has been put on hold and a former Transnet director is challenging his removal

Sassa strike won’t disrupt grants payouts, says public servants union

The strike is planned from June  11 and will take place on days when there are no pay outs

Sassa cancels tender process to find CPS replacement

Sassa's invalid contract with Cash Paymaster Services was extended for six months by the ConCourt in March

Shabangu promises Sassa will comply with ConCourt order

Social development minister promises Sassa grants will continue to be paid and that their obligations to the Constitutional Court will be met

Sassa to recoup R2-million spent on Bathabile Dlamini’s children

The minister told Parliament last year that her children were receiving threats and she had sought private security for them

Sassa crisis: Dlamini and Bhengu set to explain why they shouldn’t be held liable

The ConCourt has ordered Dlamini and Bhengu to explain why they should not be held liable for extension of the CPS contract

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