The source of the R999 grant is attributed to the political party GOOD, which plans to implement it as part of their social security package for the 2024 General Elections.

– GOOD argues that the current R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant falls short of fulfilling citizens' rights as guaranteed by Section 27 of South Africa's Constitution. – GOOD claims that the R350 grant doesn't even meet the food poverty line and has not been adjusted for inflation since its establishment in 2020.

– Grants provided by Sassa include Social Relief of Distress, Disability, War Veterans, Child Support, Grant-in-aid, Older Persons, Foster care, and Care Dependency grants, distributed monthly. – It is crucial to rely on official sources like Sassa for accurate information and be cautious of misleading details regarding grants.