How To Update Your Personal Details For SASSA?

Tuesday, January 26, 2021 - 10:16
Raigan Cloete

SASSA has decided to make things easier by allowing beneficiaries to update their personal details on their website. Follow these steps to find out how you can update your personal details on SASSA's website.

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) distributes social grants to South African citizens who require financial assistance. SASSA offers the following social grants:

  • Grant for older persons
  • Disability grant
  • War veterans grant
  • Care dependency grant
  • Foster child grant
  • Child support grant
  • Grant-in-aid
  • Social Relief of Distress

These social grants are provided to help improve standards of living in society and are given to people who are vulnerable to poverty and in need of state support, which include older people, people with disabilities, and people with young children.

All applicants need to be South African citizens, permanent residents or refugees living in South Africa.

To update your personal details for any of the above social grants, click here.

Click here if you need to do any of the following:

  • Apply for a grant
  • Track your application
  • Contact grant customer support.
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