How To Apply For The R350 Grant For July 2023


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Millions of people living in South Africa are unemployed, leaving them with no money to survive every month. Unemployed individuals are encouraged to submit a R350 grant application to start receiving financial support from the government.


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The Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant serves as a critical relief mechanism for millions of vulnerable individuals living in South Africa. The grant is paid to more than 7 million unemployed people every month. 

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) will continue paying the R350 grant until at least March 2024. People who meet the eligibility criteria are encouraged to submit a R350 grant application. 

Individuals must also be unemployed, and be between the ages of 18 and 59-years old. To qualify for the R350 grant. South Africans citizens, permanent residents or permanent refugees, asylum seekers and special permit holders can apply for the grant. 

Applicants may not have an income of more than R624 Monthly when applying for the grant. When referring to the R350 grant, income refers to money an applicant has in their bank account.

There are two ways individuals can submit a R350 grant application for July 2023.

How To Apply For The R350 Grant For July 2023

Applying On The SRD Grant Website 

Step 1 - Visit the SRD grant website

Step 2 - Click on 'click here to apply on online'

Step 3 - Enter you mobile phone number and click 'send SMS'

Step 4 - A One Time Pin (OTP) will be sent to the number you provided

Step 5 - Enter the OTP

Step 6 - Confirm and accept the Clauses in the Declaration and Consent documents

Step 7 - Enter your personal details

Step 8 - Provide your mobile number, employment information and lifestyle sustainability information

Step 9 - Provide your banking details

Step 10 - Follow the prompts to complete your application

Applying For The R350 Grant On WhatsApp

Step 1 - Add Sassa on WhatsApp using this number - 082 046 8553

Step 2 - Send a message to the number - Careers Portal simply sent "SRD Grant"

Step 3 - Indicate if you applying for yourself (sending the number 1) or on behalf of someone else (sending the number 2)

Step 4 - Send a message with your name how it appears on your Identify document

Step 5 - Send a message with your surname how it appears on your Identify document

Step 6 - Read the terms and conditions. Once you have, respond YES if you accept the terms and conditions.

Step 7- Indicate whether you are a South African citizen (send the number 1) or a Permanent Resident (send the number 2) or a Refugee (send the number 3)

Step 8 - Click on the link sent to you in the WhatsApp chat

Step 9 - Confirm and accept the Clauses in the Declaration and Consent documents

Step 10 - Enter your ID number

Step 11 - Follow the prompts to complete your R350 grant application.

Sassa will continue paying the R350 grant until March 2024. If the grant is not extended beyond March 2024, millions of people will have no financial support from the government. 

 

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Sassa explaining the grant application criteria

Millions of people rely on grants distributed by the South African Social Security Agency every month. The money they receive allows them to purchase basic goods and services monthly. Individuals who require a grant are encouraged to apply. 








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