How To Get Your Sassa Grant Payment Schedule


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Sassa grant recipients will need to keep up to date with the payment schedule in order to receive their payment on time. In this article, we will show you a few outlets you can keep an eye on that will provide you with Sassa grant payment schedules and keep you up to date with any changes that may occur. 


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The South Africa Social Security Agency (Sassa) distributes grants and allowances for groups in South African society needing assistance. These include grants for children, the older persons grants, disability grants and the Social Relief of Distress grant (SRD) which is R350.

Sassa grant payments are made in various ways, which include it being paid directly into your bank account, through your SASSA card or through CashSend.

Sassa grants will no longer be distributed at the post office. Instead, grants may be collected at a supermarket of the recipient's choosing, provided that they have their own cell number to withdraw their grant. 

Beneficiaries can collect their payments at any Pick n Pay, Boxer, Shoprite, Checkers or USave merchant. Sassa grant recipients who receive payments directly into their bank account will receive payment as soon as it is available.

Here are a few ways in which you can keep up to date with the Sassa grant payment schedule:

The Careers Portal

The Careers Portal publishes articles that cover grant payment dates/schedules and schedule updates if they occur. Keep up with The Careers Portal by following any of our social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube) or keep up with our website.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR THE LATEST SASSA NEWS

Sassa Website

The Sassa website has made the payment schedule which contains payment dates for the older person's grants, children's grants and disability grants for the rest of the year. 

Sassa Social Media

Before the new month starts, Sassa usually posts the Sassa grant payment dates for the coming month. Sassa's social media pages are also helpful to find out about the latest changes and is a platform to reach out to them. 

Facebook: SASSANewsZA

Twitter: @OfficialSASSA








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