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the south African government is not providing enough welfare or subsidies to the poor and underpriviledged. what are the cost and consequences of providing the subsidies and welfare?

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    A subsidy is a grant given by one party

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    WHAT ARE WELFARE PAYMENTS OR CONSUMERS SUBSIDIES

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    Welfare payment is an amount of money that is paid by the government to someone who is ill,poor. Consumer subsidies is a grant assistance given by one part for support

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    welfare payment:it's when we talk about receiving regulary assistance from government or private agencies because of need

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    Where does the government get the money to pay welfare payments? Are you all willing to pay higher taxes so your government can raise the amount of welfare payments??

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    Its inside the textbook of focus economics GRADE 10 page 151 to 157.. If you read it you will understand everything

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    yes

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    no, because many people die because of poverty

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    what are the costs and conseqences of providing the welfare?

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    what are welfare payments or consumer subsidies

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    is an amount that is paid by government to someone who is poor,ill has no job

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    Wha are welfare payments or consumer subsidies

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    Welfare payment is an amount of money that is paid by the government

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    welfare payment is the amount of money paid by the goverment regularly to assist the people of the country . it can be in a broader and narrower sense. narrower sense reffers to the needy, ill, and poor(social grant). the broader refers to everyone(public goods)

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    Welfare Payments - Are amounts of money that are paid by the government to someone who is ill or poor.

    Consumer Subsides - is a grant assistance given by one part for support.

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    welfare is the amount of money that is paid by the government

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    Welfare payments is the amount of money paid by the government

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    The south African government is not providing enough welfare or subside to the poor and underpriviedged

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    What are the cost and consequences of providing the subsidies welfare

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    What are the cost and consequenses of providing subsideis and welfare

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    Consumer subsidy is a form of financial aid extended to the economic sector or institution,business,or indivisual generally with the aim of promoting

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    welfare payments is an amount of money that is paid by the government to someone who is ill and poor, and consumer subsidies are form of financial aid extended to the economic sector or institution, business or indivisual generally with the aim of promoting.

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    WELFARE PAYMENTS IS THE AMOUNT PAID BY THE GOVERNMENT REGULARLY TO ASSIST THE PEOPLE OF THE COUNTRY. IT CAN BE IN A BROADER AND NARROWER SENSE. NARROWER SENSE REFERS TO NEEDY, ILL, AND POOR. THE BROADER REFERS TO PUBLIC GOODS

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    What are welfare payments consumer subsidies

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    Welfare payment is an amount of money given by government to support poor people in our country
    consumer subsidies is an amount given to unemployed people to satisfy their needs and wants

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    What is the South African government providing and to whom

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    What is the South African government providing and to whom?

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    What are welfare payment or consumers subsidies?

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    Welfare payments or consumer subsidies refer to a government payment or consumers which is designed to allow them to purchase more of a good or service

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    Welfare payment is the financial support that is paid by government to the citizens.

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    What South African government providing and to whom?

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    Government provide people with basic sevices such as electricity ,free water ,sanitation,waste removal,education haelth care ,housing ,transportation and social welfare to people who basically can't afford them.

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    what is the south african government providing and to whom

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    welfare is an amount of money that is paid by the government to someone who is poor or his no job

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