After technical glitches and rampant looting of SASSA grants, there’s a multi-million-Rand cybersecurity plan in place for Postbank.
Postbank says it has successfully switch to new system and SASSA beneficiaries can expect to receive their grants without any problems
The DA says these ongoing failures have resulted in an alarming human rights violation, with mothers being compelled to abandon their babies.
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It is reported that the payment glitch of Postbank’s own making affected more than 500 000 vulnerable SASSA beneficiaries.
Concerns are being raised about the Post Office’s capacity and infrastructure to pay SASSA grants, after another system failure last week.
If you had to go home without collecting your SASSA grant last week, then you were one of thousands affected by the Postbank delays.
The DA says it has been inundated by complaints from desperate SASSA grant beneficiaries who are struggling to withdraw their funds.
Social grant beneficiaries that use the Postbank issued SASSA gold cards could not access their payments due to a technical glitch.
Postbank has apologised unreservedly as pensioners were left stranded others reported fainting after being unable to access their grants
The bank plans to offer a range of affordable banking products and services to underserved communities across the country.
Postbank has introduced a new cardless payment system for SASSA Gold Card beneficiaries whose cards are expiring.
Did you know? You can still get your SASSA grant even if your gold card has or is due to expire! Follow these simple steps…
Social grant beneficiaries in Pretoria and Cape Town face difficulties renewing their SASSA/Postbank gold cards.
Some of Public Works employees have spent R120 of their R810 salary on transport to Komani and yet they remain unpaid.
Over seven million people have been approved for R350 grant but only 85% are being paid, meanwhile Postbank still struggling with glitches.