Prescribed assets should be fought tooth and nail, says Adamus Stemmet, spokesperson for the Association of Monitoring and Advocacy of Government Pensions (AmaGP).

Such a policy would threaten the sustainability of the R1.8 trillion Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), he believes.

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