Articles by Alide Dasnois

SASSA: Dangor says he warned against “immoral” CPS contract

Former top official takes on Minister Bathabile Dlamini


11 April 2017

CPS wants R4.6 billion from SASSA

Proposed interim contract submitted to Constitutional Court


16 March 2017

Cash Paymaster Services defends its right to profit from social grants contract

Any new deal with SASSA will be a lawful contract, says CPS in court papers


14 March 2017

Post Office goes after SASSA contract

Bid to make submissions to Constitutional Court


10 March 2017

SASSA fiasco: Dlamini has shown no remorse, says Black Sash

Minister has “failed in her constitutional obligation”, Constitutional Court told


10 March 2017

Constitutional Court calls SASSA to account

Agency told to provide details of new social grant payment contract

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8 March 2017

Court bid to stop CPS making profits from new SASSA contract

Freedom Under Law asks Constitutional Court to block fee increase


7 March 2017

SASSA prepares for “tough negotiations” over grant payments

Contract will stay within budget, MPs told

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22 February 2017

US analyst urges clients to sell Net1 shares as concerns mount over social grant payments

CEO hits back at “unbridled slander” from critics


13 February 2017

SASSA contractor may have to pay back millions of rands

Cash Paymaster Services told to repay profits


27 January 2017

Weeks from grant payment deadline, SASSA still has no plan

Call for tenders suddenly goes out


18 January 2017

R4,000 taken from 89-year-old’s pension for a loan he never took out

Black Sash takes on Net1 in social grant deductions court battle


15 August 2016

Deductions from social grants: Reserve Bank enters the fray

Debit orders worth R550 million at stake


6 July 2016

Minister wins battle with Lion

Insurance company backs down in battle over deductions from social grants


26 May 2016

Don’t blame apartheid for our problems, struggle hero tells government

Philip Kgosana remembers the 1960 march on parliament


30 March 2016

Some of SA’s top companies are quietly breaking the law

Some of the top companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange are flouting environmental laws and not telling their shareholders, according to a study by the Centre for Environmental Rights.

Alide Dasnois

8 September 2015