The committee on social development does not want CPS to continue distributing social grants.
It has now been revealed that CPS CEO Serge Belamant will continue making R651,000 a month from CPS' parent company, Net1.
The court's decision is "a huge blow to the poor".
The fund manager has research into social grant provider, CPS, and the outcomes have confirmed the fears of NGOs.
CPS parent company Net1 says it will no longer invite people to share personal information for marketing purposes.
The separation of powers is an entrenched principle, but sometimes one arm of state must remind the others of their responsibilities.
After years of denying the claim, a new investigation says Net1 and CPS are using grantees' data to sell them other financial services.
"First they steal our money, and then we are forced to beg them for a loan."
“Since this crisis emerged and despite the DA’s efforts, Dlamini has evaded every opportunity for accountability.”
Editor-in-chief, Verashni Pillay and deputy editor Pieter du Toit talk about the high stakes of the Sassa crisis.