Check Your Online Status For SASSA R350 Grant On Whatsapp

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Sassa has announced that their online status check is live. You can now check progress on your COVID-19 SRD grant on WhatsApp. 

Sassa has now made it possible for SRD grant applicants to check their Sassa SRD status. You will be able to check progress on your COVID-19 SRD grant on WhatsApp. 

Here's how:

  1. Make sure to add GovChat as a WhatsApp contact by saving this number on your device: 082 046 8553
  2. Open your WhatsApp and refresh your contacts
  3. Open a chat with GovChat
  4. Send a message saying 'hi'
  5. Send a message saying 'help'
  6. You will be given various options, respond saying '4'
  7. Then, reply with 'status'
  8. Enter your reference number
  9. You will then receive your Sassa SRD status

Through the provision of the Social Relief of Distress (SRD), Sassa has assisted people who face undue hardship and ensured that many do not go bed hungry. 


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