The Constitutional Court ruled that South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) and Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) are under a constitutional obligation to continue to pay social grants on 1 April until another entity is able to do so. Tonight we unpack the history of the grant crisis with Nandi Mgijima from the International Labour Research and Information Group. Corruption Watch?s Leanne Govinsamy gives us insight into the implications of the judgement.
This edition of Law Focus is produced by Xoli Matomela and presented by Nyiko Shikwambane.
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