Where To Go To Correct Your Details For SASSA

If you are a beneficiary of a SASSA grant or the Covid-19 Special Relief of Distress Grant of R350 per month, here is how you can correct your details. SASSA assists poor and vulnerable individuals by administering various grants.

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According to SASSA's website, if you are an approved beneficiary of a SASSA grant or the R350 grant and wish to correct details, here's what you'll need to do.

If you're a SASSA R350 grant beneficiary and you want to change your banking details, you will need to follow the following instructions:

  • First, go to the SRD website and submit your ID Number.
  • An SMS containing a secure link, unique to you, will be sent to the mobile phone number with which you registered during the application.
  • Click on the link in the SMS and follow the instructions carefully. Should you select payment into a bank account, please ensure that you are the owner of the account.

If you wish to correct your name or surname and you're a beneficiary of the SRD grant, you would also head to the SRD website and scroll down to the 'Request Names and Surname Update' section to fill in your correct details.

To update your banking details should you be receiving any of SASSA's other grants, you will need to go the SASSA services website. You will then need to log in and then click on 'Update personal details' and then 'Update bank details'.

Thereafter, you would just have to follow the prompts.

These websites are where you can carry out any processes you would need to concerning your grants, including applying for them should you not want to do it at one of the SASSA offices.

For further queries, you can call SASSA at 0800601011 or 0124002322 or send an email to GrantsEnquiries@sassa.gov.za

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