Does … receive a (n)……?
Answer for each person who qualified for the grant and NOT for the person who applied on behalf of/physically receives the money. Someone who used to work for the Government and receive a pension do not get an old-age grant
Read all the options
1 = Old-age grant (60-74; R1350; 75+; R1370)
2 = Disability grant (18-59; R1350)
3 = Child support grant (0-17; R315)
4 = Care dependency grant (0-17; R1350)
5 = Foster care grant (<22; R830)
6 = War veterans grant (60+; R1370)
7 = Grant-in-aid (R320 and should have another grant)
8 = Social relief of distress
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
This question is for individuals who said 'Yes' in Q3.1a and is aimed at establishing exactly which grants someone is receiving. The survey officers were instructed to read all the options to the respondent. The guidelines in brackets indicate the qualifying age ranges, as well as the size of the grant to help respondents identify the type of the grant better.
If the answer is option 1 or options 4-8, skip to Q3.4. If the answer is option 3, skip to Q3.3; otherwise continue.
If “Yes” in Q3.1a
This is applicable to all members of the household in the selected dwelling unit who receive one or more grants.