Patricia de Lille | A basic grant will reduce poverty in SA

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Ensuring that every adult South African has access to a basic income is not an act of charity, it is a matter of social and economic justice.
Ensuring that every adult South African has access to a basic income is not an act of charity, it is a matter of social and economic justice.

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South Africa can no longer afford to delay introducing a basic income grant to cushion rising unemployment, extreme poverty and desperation.

Societies that fail to provide for the most basic needs of all citizens are unsustainable.

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