What 'Active' R350 Grant Application Status Means
After you submitted your R350 grant application, you will probably be checking your application status constantly. It's therefore important for you to know what your R350 grant status means. Here's what 'active' means.
As you check your R350 grant application status, you might be confused about what you're seeing. We're here to help so here's what 'Active' means.
If you've submitted your SRD grant application, 'Active' might be the first application status that you see.
This means that SASSA has received your application and the waiting game then begins. To this, SASSA has said to wait for your application outcome from them.
Applications for the R350 grant will be open until March 2022. If you applied once, you don't need to apply again and SASSA will just review your application every month.
The SRD grant was created to assist unemployed individuals during the pandemic should they not have any other source of income or grants being paid to them.
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