The fate of about 300 pensioners benefiting from both the South African and Namibian social grant schemes is hanging in the balance. This, the New Era newspaper reports, after a delegation from the South African Social Security Agency, which is visiting Namibia, on Monday announced it was reviewing the grants it pays to local recipients. Out of the 500 Namibians getting pension grants from Sassa, about 300 of these beneficiaries are double-dipping. As it stands, pensioners who were residents of Walvis Bay until 1994 are receiving monthly pension grants from both countries. The Namibian pension grant is N$1 350, while South Africa pays R1 890.