Local woman shares hilarious message to Sassa and Mzansi relates

Local woman shares hilarious message to Sassa and Mzansi relates

- Social media users were left in stitches after a woman shared a hilarious message to Sassa

- The screenshot of the WhatsApp conversation showed her asking the department for money

- Many could relate to her post as Sassa seems to be 'blue-ticking' the nation

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Mzansi social media users were left chuckling after a hilarious message to Sassa was shared online. The screenshot showed a one-sided conversation a woman was having with the Sassa official WhatsaAp number for the unemployment grant. In the messages, the lady tries to get a response from the contact, to no avail.

A hilarious WhatsApp screenshot showed a frustrated woman attempting to contact the Sassa Covid-19 unemployment grant number. The government promised unemployed citizens a grant of R350 as relief amid the Covid-19 lockdown. However, the woman sent numerous messages to the number and received no response. Eventually, she said:

"Bathong Sassa! Make it R300 geh and buy coke with R50."

Many social media users also shared their own similar experiences of being 'blue ticked' by Sassa. Twitter user LuckyPhetwe said:

"The people of this country are a huge problem."

Fabiollofaith said:

"Negotiation skills."

Asiphil44051627 said:

"Sassa is blue-ticking us."

RuebenUbisi said:

"I had the same problem."

Batho05 said:


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Briefly.co.za previously reported that social media users have been gushing about the beauty of a young girl. The girl, who lives with albinism, is an American actress and her photos have been doing the rounds on the internet worldwide. She is best known for her role in Beyoncé's Lemonade video.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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