You are probably wondering about the range of measures announced in the Budget to financially assist different categories of citizens. When will they be implemented, how do you know if you are eligible for these allowances? What are the eligibility criteria? You are a little lost in all this, aren't you? Don't worry. Explik ou Ka Thématique, a local program prepared and presented by Priscilla Sadien, is dedicating a special issue to you this morning. An edition during which you will be able to ask all your questions to dispel your doubts or seek clarification to get to the bottom of things.

Here is the context: the Mauritius Revenue Authority has been responsible since the beginning of this week for the implementation of a good part of the measures announced in the 2024-2025 budget. Starting with the monthly guaranteed minimum income of Rs 20,000 with a supplementary allowance of up to Rs 500, the readjustment of the CSG Income Allowance, and the increase in the CSG Child Allowance. But also the School Allowance of Rs 2,000 per month to all children aged 3 to 10, the Maternity Allowance of Rs 2,000 monthly to expectant mothers for 9 months, from the third trimester of pregnancy, and the Pregnancy Allowance, a one-off prenatal care allowance of Rs 3,000, as well as the Equal Opportunities Allowance of Rs 2,000 per month for each household earning less than Rs 20,000 per month.

What are the eligibility criteria for these measures announced in Renganaden Padayachy's latest budget? What are the procedures to follow? Elements of response in the program Explik Ou Ka Thématique, on Radio-Plus, this morning. Mahmad Oozeer, Director of Operations of the MRA, and Mokshada Gungaram, Team Leader, are the guests of Priscilla Sadien. Ask your questions live at 208 4999 or 208 5999 and get answers live. Your comments on Facebook are welcome.

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