SASSA: What Having No Paydate Means


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Has your SASSA R350 Grant application been approved, however, still waiting to receive payment? Well, keep reading to find out what having no pay date means.


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The South African Social Security Agency has paid over 5.6 million beneficiaries their Special COVID-19 SRD Grant however, many applicants have received no pay date and are wondering what it means.

“If your application is approved with no pay date it means payment has not been processed as yet,” announced SASSA. 

Therefore, beneficiaries are encouraged to be patient and keep an eye on their SASSA profile.

Beneficiaries are reminded that there is no fixed payment date for the Special COVID-19 SRD grant. Every month their application will be reviewed to check if they still qualify for the grant. If they do qualify, they will receive payment for that month.

The agency reassures recipients that payments are being processed and all applicants who qualify will receive their deserved grants. 

SASSA sincerely apologies for the delay in payments.








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