Saffa claims degree holder should get bigger SASSA grant, gets dragged

Saffa claims degree holder should get bigger SASSA grant, gets dragged

- A young woman was roasted on social media for sharing her controversial theory

- In light of the new unemployment R350 grant for Covid-19 relief, she proposed that graduates receive more than this monthly amount

- Her explanation included brackets that went up to R1 500 for those with a post-graduate degree

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A woman invoked a passionate response from South Africans and incurred the wrath of many.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a R500 billion social and economic support package, amounting to around 10% of South Africa's GDP.

Ramaphosa also confirmed that government will launch a new unemployment grant amounting to R350 per month.

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In response to this, Twitter user Bonny.R (@Bonny1gp) shared a controversial theory via Twitter.

The young lady proposed that the R350 be paid to those with a matric certificate, but that graduates receive a greater amount.

Bonny suggested that academics with a diploma receive R700, university graduates get R1 000, while those with post-graduate degrees receive R 1500. noted the strong reaction to the tweet and its fair to say, she was severely slammed.

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Ndivhuwo_969 (@Ndivhuw94802369) said,

"What a waste of good education, you really sound hollow for someone with an honours degree."

King Yandi (@KingYandisa) added,

"You getting Jobs from the non matric holders, don't belittle them. Just appreciate the R350."

Nokukhanya Ntanzi (@uNokukhanya) responded,

"What if the people with matric wanted to get degrees but weren’t able to get funding? Class doesn’t count in crises, we all eat and we all die."

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