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Mboweni outlines Ramaphosa’s R27 billion Covid-19 relief package | CitypressThe R350 Social Relief of Distress grant will cost the fiscus about R27 billion, reports Thuletho Zwane. Buying votes Now that elections are around the corner ANC will have to make quick bucks through the state for electioneering😏 Including or excluding the ones you guys will loot?
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R350 relief grant to cost the fiscus R27bn - MboweniSouth Africa’s R350 monthly temporary grant for unemployed people will cost the fiscus R27 billion for the next seven months. TitoMboweni grants unemployment Give us education, work and save this 350. OfficialSASSA CyrilRamaphosa when is the payouts beginning or the new application process as you's want people to register again, there's plenty of beggars that are awaiting for the R350 ANC government cares.
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