Bejaardes wag nog vir geld

12 July 2018 | Social Issues

Die ministerie van armoede verligting het aangekondig dat pensioene en toelaas met N$50 verhoog is, hoewel dit eers in Augustus geïmplimenteer sal word.

Volgens die ministerie se permanente sekretaris, I-Ben Nashandi, sal begunstigdes in Augustus N$1450 ontvang, wat N$200 se terugbetaling vanaf April insluit. Vanaf September sal 'n maandelikse bedrag van N$1250 aan begunstigdes betaal word.

Hy het voorts gesê sy ministerie moedig alle begunstigdes aan om te verseker dat hierdie toelaes gebruik word vir die welsyn van hulleself en hul gesinne.

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