How To Contact SASSA About R350 Grant
Do you have any questions concerning your R350 grant? SASSA has established various avenues for applicants and beneficiaries to contact them when it comes to the SRD grant.
Should you have any questions or changes SASSA needs to make, they have opened up a few channels for you to get into contact with them.
SASSA has a toll-free call centre which you can call at 0800 60 10 11. You will just need to select 1 after calling and follow the prompts after that.
You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your ID number in the email so that they know who you are and can find your details easier.
The SRD website, which can be found at https://srd.sassa.gov.za/ is a platform especially used for the R350 grant. Here you will find more information on the SRD grant and how to apply for the grant. If you have already applied, this website is also where you can check your application status.
You can also find SASSA through their various social media channels:
Twitter - @OfficialSASSA
Facebook - SASSA News
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