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You can now appeal to have your R350 grant application reconsidered. Keep reading to find out how this works and how to submit a R350 grant appeal.


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.


Appeals are there if your application was denied the first time around and you want to be considered again, basically a second chance. Keep reading to find out how to appeal for SRD grant.


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.


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.


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.


SASSA has now said that there were delays with the appeals process for the Special Relief of Distress grant but they are now processing these appeals and payments for the R350 grant. Appeals for the SRD grant will come to an end this month.


Appeals for the R350 grant will close soon so if you haven't applied for your second chance at the grant, do so now. The grant officially comes to an end on 30 April, but payments do not.


Appeals are there if your application was denied the first time around and you want to be considered again, basically a second chance. Appeals for SASSA's R350 grant closed at the end of May 2021. 


Did you know that if SASSA rejected you when you applied to benefit from the R350 grant, you can appeal and possibly be funded? However, if you don't appeal, you won't get a second chance due to a lack of funds.


If you've applied for SASSA's social relief of distress grant where you receive R350 per month but were rejected, you have a second chance by appealing. If you appealed, here's how to check your appeal status for the grant.


When the Special Relief of Distress grant was extended, appeals for the grants were extended as well. Appeals are there for rejected applicants to have their application reconsidered. Here's when appeals will close.


About 20% of applicants for the R350 SRD grant were rejected by SASSA due to being IRP5 registered, but what does this mean? Keep reading to find out.  


The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has came under fire for only appointing a team of 10 staff members to handle thousands of appeals made by people who applied for the R350 Covid-19 social relief distress (SRD) grant and were rejected. 


“I heard the government extended the grant for three months, but I am still waiting for my first payment to be approved” Residents of Orlando in Soweto, Johannesburg say they joined the line outside this post office as early as 4am in the hope of getting their R350 Covid-19 relief grants this week.


President Ramaphosa announced that SASSA is going to extend their Special Relief Distress grant of R350 for another three months. However, despite the grant being extended, the agency won't be taking new applications.


Economists warn that South Africa will not be able to afford to keep the R350 Covid-19 SRD grant permanently or the country will face an economic crisis.


SASSA has decided to extend some of their temporary social grants beyond October, however the R350 grant payment is still under review. Minister Zulu has said that discussions about converting the temporary R350 to a Basic Income Grant that would be permanently available were far advanced, and there is general support for it.


Lindiwe Zulu, the Minister in charge of SASSA, has explained where the appeals process for the R350 grant is at and how they are being processed. The Department of Social Developmnt and SASSA has had to take a close look at their operations after the Auditor-General's report found many negatives.


SASSA has announced that they now have a plan in place so that they can reduce the number of rejections experienced with the R350 grant applications. The issue of SASSA rejecting applicants was a controversy a few months ago when millions were rejected.

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