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Basic income grant could be a massive game changer in SA

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Prof Stephen Devereux says people can’t find work so the state has an obligation to support them.

The basic income grant has become a topical issue now. There are questions as to whether it could certainly help and how many people it could help.

Imagine the number of people who would be receiving it, who could be helped through food security, perhaps decreasing poverty somewhat and creating some impact on people’s livelihoods if government as to be able to introduce it.

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