SASSA administers many grants and many South Africans depend on these grants to survive. Some examples of SASSA grants are the social relief of distress grant, the child support grant, the disability grant, the old persons grant and many other grants.
To avoid fraud, SASSA considers a random selection of applications each month to do internal verification and quality assurance. Once the process is completed the applicants who qualify will be processed, whereas others will be 'referred' or declined.
Did you know that if SASSA rejected you when you applied to benefit from the R350 grant, you can appeal and possibly be funded? However, if you don't appeal, you won't get a second chance due to a lack of funds.
Due to SASSA beneficiaries having to wait in long queues for their Special COVID-19 SRD grants, the South African Post Office has decided to implement a system to decrease the waiting time for these beneficiaries.
SASSA provides financial relief to poor and vulnerable South Africans. SASSA often requires applicants to fill out forms so that their application can be complete or if they want to request to change something. Keep reading to find out how to gain access to these forms.
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.