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To apply for SASSA you can visit their website here. The applicants will need to provide the following:

  • Identify Number
  • Name and Surname
  • Gender and disability
  • Contact details
  • Residential Address

To apply online you can click here


Once your SRD grant 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.


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.


With the dates for the upcoming SASSA SRD grant payments recently released, it is important for some beneficiaries to note that there will be days when these grant payments will not be disbursed.


The South African Social Security Agency, better known as SASSA, is currently processing payments for the R350 grant, so if you have had your grant application declined, here is how you can resolve the issues.


Are you curious as to whether there's a difference between the R350 grant and the Social Relief of Distress grant? Read more to find out.


Are you a parent who is looking to cancel your SASSA child grant? Here is how you can go about doing so.


Are you a recipient of the SASSA Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant? Then you will be pleased to know that the South African Post Office has just confirmed the payment dates for December.


Have been you been waiting for your SASSA R350 grant appeal application to be approved? Here is what SASSA has to say about it.


Social Development Minister, Lindiwe Zulu recently testified to the South African Human Rights Commission on how much the civil unrest impacted the processing of SASSA payments. This forms part of the SAHRC's inquiry into her department's performance after the unrest.

 


If you are a beneficiary of the SASSA R350 grant and have opted to collect your grant payment at the post office then here are the collection days listed below.


SASSA payment dates for December 2021 have recently been made available. Read further to view the allocated dates for each social grant.


Now that we're reaching the end of November and December is about to begin, it's important to know when you can fetch your SASSA grant. Here are the dates for SASSA payments for December.


Almost half of South Africa's population receives some form of social grant and this means the country has a strong social security system on paper. Economic experts say that the current is unsustainable with the current unemployment crisis. 


Beneficiaries of the SASSA SRD grant who are yet to claim their grant payments from the first cycle have a very limited amount of time to do so.


Are you wondering when you’ll be able to collect your R350 grant from the post office? Well, keep reading to find out more.


The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) wants eligible R350 grant beneficiaries who may have qualified in the previous months to understand how bank account payments are processed when there has been a backlog. 


As the second cycle of SASSA R350 grant payments is currently underway, SASSA has provided guidance on how grant applicants can submit their details in a way that ensures that there are no hassles in the processing of their payments.  


As the festive season draws closer, SASSA is warning grant recipients to be on the lookout for scammers. One that has been flagged recently involves the sale of SASSA Gold cards.

 

 


The long morning queue may not be the only thing that delays you from receiving your R350 grant. Here is another reason why this may be happening.


South Africans have voiced their concerns about the looming deadline of the Sassa SRD grant in March next year. They say want it to be extended as some of them have no other source of income for their bare necessities.  


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