ActionSA says it will introduce a 'basic income stimulus' — but won't scrap social grants

Party will work towards eliminating broad reliance on social grants through the achievement of economic prosperity and justice for all, says leader Herman Mashaba

24 March 2024 - 00:00

Herman Mashaba’s ActionSA says that if elected it will not scrap government social grants as it introduces a “universal basic income stimulus” of R790 a month, rising to more than R1,600 in the third year...

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