What You Need To Apply To New R350 Grant

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Wanting to apply to the new round of the SRD grant? Here's all you need to do so as well as the ways you can submit your R350 grant application.


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There definitely is not a shortage of people applying and wanting to apply to the Special Relief of Distress (SRD) grant. Many people would then be asking, 'What must I have ready when applying for the SRD grant?'. Well, we have some answers.

Applicants should have the following ready:

  • Phone number which SASSA can use to communicate with you
  • Banking details (Bank name, account number, account type)
  • ID number (as registered at Home Affairs)
  • Name and surname (as registered at Home Affairs)

Applicants will need to respond to the following when applying:

  • Accept the Terms and Conditions/Declaration
  • Accept the Consent form
  • Confirm that they have read and understood the "you and you special Covid-19 SRD grant" document

SASSA has said that it is important for applicants to understand what they are agreeing to when they submit their SASSA R350 grant application. The agency then goes on to emphasise that making false declarations are a criminal offence and could result in prosecution.

Here are the ways you can apply for the grant: 

Applications for the grant opened on 6 August and will close on 31 March 2022. 

The first R350 grant payments for this reinstatement of the grant will be made in the last week of August.

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