Why am I getting “This transaction amount is too small to be processed and the payment has been cancelled. Your payment was cancelled. You will be redirected momentarily…”?

Why am I getting “This transaction amount is too small to be processed and the payment has been cancelled. Your payment was cancelled. You will be redirected momentarily…”?

Please note, when running a payment on our live system, the amount cannot be lower than R5.00, as this is the minimum amount required by the banks.
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