Where To Collect Your Sassa Grant Payments For June 2023


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More than 18 million people living in South Africa are beneficiaries of permanent grants distributed by the South African Social Security Agency. There are several different entities they can visit to collect their grant payments.

 


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The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) distributes more than 18 million permanent grants monthly. These permanent grants include Older Person grants, Disability grant, War Veterans grant, Care Dependency grant, Foster Child grant, Child Support grant, Child Support grant Top Up and Grant-in-aid.

These grants are paid to beneficiaries from the first week of every new month. Payments commence on the second day of every month. If the second day falls on a weekend or public holiday, the grant will be distributed on the following working day.

Sassa grant beneficiaries can access their grants and collect their money at several different entities during the month of June 2023. 

Where To Collect Your Sassa Grant Payments For June 2023

Bank Account 

Permanent grant beneficiaries have the option of having their grants paid directly into their bank account. This is a convenient grant payment method as beneficiaries can access their money at any time after the payment was made by Sassa. 

Retail outlets

Sassa grants are paid to selected retailers around the country. The vast geographical footprint of retail outlets makes it easy for grant recipients to find one close to where they live. Beneficiaries can withdraw their money at any time when the retail outlet is operational. Pick n Pay, Shoprite, Boxer stores, Usave stores and Checkers all distribute social grants.

Post Office 

Beneficiaries can collect their grants at Post office branches around the country. However, they are only able to collect their grants during predetermined time frames and on official payment dates.

Mobile Cash Pay Points 

There are also mobile cash pay points where grant beneficiaries can collect their money. However, this is not a flexible payment option and beneficiaries may only collect their grant payment for a few hours during a grant payment cycle.

In May 2023, Sassa announced that it would extend the validity of gold cards until the end of the year. This is because millions of Sassa gold cards were set to expire in the coming months.

Additionally, Sassa introduced a payment method which allows beneficiaries to collect their money without a Sassa card.

Is your application stuck on Pending? We've covered what this means and what steps you should take next.

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Social grants serve as essential financial assistance to vulnerable individuals and families living in South Africa. It's therefore important to know if your application for a grant has been approved. 








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