The Sassa office environment in Benoni informs consumers who ended up in receipt of a treatment dependency grant, which lapsed in December, to report to the office to total new programs.
“We have a full of 57 shoppers who should report to the place of work, as the Sassa assessing doctors have accomplished a paper-dependent assessment and handed the medicals to us,” mentioned Trevor Pillay, regional workplace supervisor.
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“We have attempted contacting and sending SMS’s to the claimed shoppers and they are however not reporting to the place of work.”
The applicants who require to reapply are:
KA Mngomezulu, TP Mashinini, NH Ngobe, ZS Ndumo, Hd Masuku, KT Zitha, M Sibanyoni, T Maoko, T Motha, R Mhlongo, AJ Garnet-Hall, K Mbalula, T Majola, KS Zwane, K Malungane, L Nkosi, Z Khumalo, MP Ndakane, TK Mohapi, Manana, AN Sibisi, LD Malaji, DP Nkabinde, TP Mashinini, JS Mqikela, N Xulu, LN Khwinike, R Mhlongo, DK Radebe, T Lebelo, GN May well, GP Jamgaza, ME Maepa, MR Mdaki, B Matshaya, MM Shea, ZS Ndumo, ZS Ngwenya, Tv set Mahlangu, TI Radebe, MT Gumede, T Ndlazulwana, MS Majola, AS Bekwa, AY Horn, RI Wilson, TK Rampete, NT Kumalo, T Itshegetseng, R Mogashoe, BM Msimango, US Mgomezulu, MG Rootman, ST Mpungose and N Dludlu.
“These consumers need to now use for a dependency grant as they no lengthier qualify for the treatment dependency grant given that turning 18 years outdated,” explained Pillay.
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“There will be no need to have for these beneficiaries to see a medical doctor. They really should report to the offices with their principal caregiver and will be assisted as a precedence.
“We are conscious some of these clients could not have a SmartID so will be assisted with their birth certificates and referred to Department of Property Affairs to use for their ID card.”