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SASSA 350 Grant


SASSA has assured beneficiaries for the Special Relief of Distress grant that payments will continue for the R350 grant even though the grant has come to an end. The SRD grant came to an end in April.


Now that applications for the R350 grant has closed and many calls have come for it to be extended, vulnerable South Africans are being taken advantage of. A message spread that SASSA has approved R700 payments which they have now clarified.


Have you submitted an appeal for SASSA's Special Relief of Distress grant and you want to check how far it is? Here's how you can track your R350 grant appeal.


The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is warning beneficiaries to be alert and on the lookout for fraudsters who have come up with methods of scamming them of their payouts. From time to time you will find these criminals preying on vulnerable citizens.


Even though the R350 grant has come to an end, SRD grant payments still continue. Some of these payments are done through the Post Office. A number of Post Offices will be closed around the country which could affect SASSA grant beneficiaries.


Activist organisations are battling to secure meetings. The Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress Grant came to an end in April, but activists are calling for it to be extended.
By Marecia Damons


With May ending soon, you might be itching to know when your SASSA grant for June is going to be paid. We can help so keep reading to find out SASSA’s payments dates for grants in June 2021.


SASSA has allocated billions of rands towards social grants for the 2021/22 financial year. Almost 100% of the department's budget goes to SASSA and the monthly payment of grants.


In Government's efforts to support the vulnerable during the pandemic, they have since issued R350s to millions of citizens needing financial assistance. There is now hope that a Basic Income Grant will be introduced as Minister Lindiwe Zulu gave some updates in her Budget Vote speech.


Many messages have been floating around about the R350 grant, especially as many beneficiaries have complained about missing payments. SASSA has now stepped up and set the record straight on R350 grant payments.


Have you applied for SASSA's Special Relief of Distress Grant, which we all call the R350 grant, but you were rejected? Here are possible reasons as to why your application was rejected and what to do about it.


Has your application for the R350 grant been denied and you really need the grant? You still have a second chance by appealing! Here's how appeals for SASSA's Special Relief of Distress grant works.


Civil society groups are now calling government's termination of the R350 grant 'unjust' and have called for government to extend the grant until the Basic Income Grant is implemented. The #PayTheGrants campaign has said that citizens have the right to these grants.


Many applicants for SASSA's R350 grant have been told that they were rejected because they are IRP5 registered. Are you confused by this? Well, you're not alone. Keep reading to find out what SASSA has said about this issue.


Have you applied for SASSA's R350 grant and you now want to see where your application is? Here's how to check your R350 grant application status.


Lindiwe Zulu, the Minister who's department is in charge of SASSA, has now asked Treasury to extend the SASSA Special Relief of Distress grant, better known as the R350 grant. The grant comes to an end on 30 April.


There are only a few days left to apply for SASSA's Special Relief of Distress grant which sees beneficiaries get R350 per month. Applicants are encouraged to contact SASSA offices if they have not yet received their social grant payments.


As we near the end of SASSA's Special Relief of Distress grant, many are now stepping up and calling for the R350 grant to be increased, extended or made permanent. The grant will come to an end on 30 April.


Organisations and South African citizens are calling for the SASSA R350 grant to be increased and made permanent. The grant is due to come to an end of this month.


SASSA beneficiaries have found that when they go to Post Offices to fetch their SASSA grant money, they are told to go home. SASSA has now addressed this issue and has also given a number for beneficiaries to call when they encounter this issue.

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