R350 grant application



Those who unfortunately received a declined R350 application status may appeal the decision as soon as the appeals process reopens. Here is when and how to appeal.

According to Sassa, the Special Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress grant payments will be processed in no time. This means that after two months of delay, recipients will finally be able to receive their payments.

As the month of June progresses, around 10 million people will be anxiously waiting to find out whether or not they will receive their Social Relief of Distress (SRD) R350 grant.

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has recently become the bearer of bad news for some qualifying R350 grant applicants. The agency has indicated that they are going to make changes in how they determine their eligibility criteria.

Have your contact details changed since you applied for the R350 grant? If yes, here is how you can update your contact details for the Sassa Special Covid-19 SRD grant.

Sassa encourages grant recipients to understand the current grant collection process as payments of the R350 grant continue. Here is everything you need to know about how to access your R350 grant payment from any location.

If you are amongst the R350 grant beneficiaries whose application status has been approved, it is important that you know what is the next step in accessing your funds.



Ever since the lifting of the National State Of Disaster, the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant has been administered in terms of new regulations and a number of things have been clarified by the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa).


The office of the Auditor-General has revealed the number of officials that benefited from a government grant. The Department of Social Development has revealed how it plans to take action against these officials. 

Sassa announced that from Wednesday 11 May beneficiaries would not be able to receive their social grants from their usual pay points. Sassa's spokesperson has more to say about this.

Interested in the SASSA R350 grant? Wondering which documents you need to apply? We have everything you need to know about your SASSA application for R350 so keep reading.

Interested in the SASSA R350 grant? Wondering how you can apply? We have everything you need to know about your SASSA application for R350 so keep reading.

Even though you might be in a hurry to fetch your R350 grant payment, SASSA has said that you can't just go fetch your grant. Keep reading to find out what needs to happen before you fetch your grant.

SASSA has said that students who receive NSFAS bursaries and NSFAS allowances will not qualify for the SRD grant. The R350 grant kicked off with it’s second round just last month.

Now that August is over, SASSA has said that they have received almost 12 million R350 grant applications. Verification processes do however continue.

Millions of South African residents submitted applications to benefit from the R350 grant. This grants is geared towards unemployed individuals who have no other incomes or grants being paid to them.

Data should not be something you have to worry about as you plan to apply for the R350 grant, and it isn't. You do not need data when you wish to submit an SRD grant application online.

With the first round of R350 grant payments officially underway, SASSA has said that thousands have already been paid. They now aim to have paid 2 million people by next week.

R350 grant payments have officially commenced. One payment option is to receive the grant through the Post Office. Keep reading to find out how this works.

SASSA has revealed that another way to submit your R350 grant application is through the SASSA ChatBot. Applications for the grant are now open and will remain open until March 2022.