sassa R350 grant appeals


You can appeal a Sassa R350 grant by doing the following :

  • Go to the SRD Grant website.
  • Scroll down to 'Application for reconsideration'
  • Click on the yellow bar.
  • Fill in the required fields


Some SRD SASSA applicants might have experienced a delay when it came to their bank details being verified. SASSA has now given some insight into how long this process takes and what steps are taken.

A question popping up among people interested in the R350 grant is whether they need to be vaccinated or not. Well, we have the answers.

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 by calling.

SASSA has given instructions when it comes to contacting them whether it be to ask about your R350 grant or other SASSA grant enquiries. SASSA provides grants to assist with the livelihoods of vulnerable citizens of South Africa.

Have you seen "Aug Declined" on your R350 grant application status but you're unsure of what it means? Well, keep reading to find out. 

Does your Special COVID-19 SRD Grant status say “Aug Approved” and you’re not sure what it means? No reason to keep wondering, as you will find your answer below

Since it's reinstatement, the Special Relief of Distress grant has received a wide response. Now, after you've submitted your SRD grant application, you will then check your application status. Here's what a 'Aug Pending' SASSA status check means.

There are a variety of responses you could see once you do a SASSA R350 grant application status check. One of these could be 'Reapplication Pending' and you might be needing further clarification about what this means, we're here to help.

Now that the SASSA SRD grant is in full gear and R350 grant applications have been submitted, you might be doing a SRD grant status check. Here’s what ‘bank details pending’ means and what steps to take after.

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.

During his "family meeting" on Sunday evening, President Cyril Ramaphosa gave an update about the R350 grant. The second round of the grant kicked off in the first week of August.

Did you perhaps enter your personal details incorrectly on your SASSA R350 grant application and wondering how you may change or update them? Well, wait no longer, scroll down to find out how to update your personal details.

If you've applied for the R350 SRD grant from SASSA and you're unsure how to check your application status online, keep reading to find out how to do so. 

SASSA has announced that applicants of the R350 COVID-19 SRD Grant may change their method of payment. They are now able to receive their grant payments directly into their bank accounts.

After you submitted your R350 grant application, you will probably be checking your application status constantly. It's therefore important for you to know what your R350 grant status means. Here's what 'active' means.


SASSA has now opened up the system which will allow R350 grant beneficiaries to change their payment method. At the end of August, SASSA received over 11 million SRD grant applications.

SASSA has now released the payment dates for SASSA grants for the month of September. Keep reading to also get some insight into R350 grant payment dates.

So you've submitted your R350 grant application and like any of us, you want to track it. SASSA has made it easier as it is possible to check your SRD grant status on WhatsApp, here's how.

The R350 Covid-19 grant has been reintroduced to South Africans but many say that they still face issues of trying to access the grant as well as issues of fraud.

SASSA started paying their first batch of applicants for the COVID-19 SRD grant. This R350 grant was introduced last year to support unemployed individuals receiving no other grants during the pandemic. After being cut at the beginning of this year, the government announced that that they had the funds to reinstate the grant.