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SASSA issues grant to vulnerable South Africans to provide them relief and ensure that they can provide for their basic needs. Grants which SASSA distributes includes the social relief of distress grant, better known as the R350 grant, child support grant, disability, old persons grant and many others.


The Post Office has said that they are seeing more R350 grant beneficiaries than they're used to. This could affect when and how you will receive your SRD grant payments.


SASSA has announced that unclaimed SRD grant payments can still be collected. The SRD grant is now in it's second round which will end in March 2022.


Has your SRD SASSA application been rejected and the reason behind it was 'UIF registered'? Keep reading to find out what you should and shouldn't do.


Sassa has so far processed over two-thirds of appeals for the SRD grant and has called on applicants waiting for feedback to be patient as some of them are still being processed.


While many South Africans have received their SASSA R350 grant payments, others still await responses from SASSA for their SRD grant appeals which were submitted in August. SASSA has given an update on appeals sent from August until October 2021.


Have you chosen the Cash Send payment option to receive your R350 grant and still waiting on your payment? Well, keep reading to find out why you have not received your payment yet.


Once your SRD SASSA application is submitted and approved, there are a number of ways for you to collect your R350 grant payments. If you're also wondering when you will receive your SASSA payment, keep reading.


The South African Social Security Agency is reviewing the circumstances under which public servants have had their social grants suspended.


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.


SASSA has a message for those who receive the R350 grant about their cellphone numbers. The R350 grant is disbursed to millions of unemployed South Africans.


Step one was submitting your R350 grant application. Step two was doing a SRD grant status check. Then, upon doing this, you found that you were declined due to 'Referred SAFPS'. Here's why.


South Africa's government spends more on social assistance than the rest of the world, with one out of every three people receiving a social grant.

 


Today we'll be tackling why your R350 grant was rejected because of 'Referred Linked Risk Mobile', what this means and what you can do next. Applications for the SRD grant will close in March 2022.


Have you done a SRD status check and found that you were declined because of 'age outside range'? If you want to know more about what this means and what you can do, keep reading.


Does your R350 SRD grant status say 'Pending' and you're unsure of what this means and what you can do? Well keep reading because we can help. 


Are you wondering how you will know if your Covid-19 SRD grant status reads “debtor”? Below you may be able to find out how you can go about checking your grant status.


R350 grant applicants are probably heading in to do an SRD status check all the time after submitting their SRD grant application. Should you be declined and see 'gov payroll registered', here's why you're seeing it.


The South African Post Office has announced that this week is only reserved for the payment of other SASSA grants except for the R350 SRD grant. 


You might have been one of those unlucky individuals who had their SRD grant application rejected. If the reason why was 'UIF registered', keep reading to find out what this means and what you can do next.


SASSA has recently released a message urging those who receive R350 grant payments to update their details. They have also answered questions of when the grant is paid.

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