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Advocacy group the Black Sash has called on the South African government to advance with the implementation of the proposed basic income grant as soon as possible. This is so that the grant can help those who have become impoverished due to the Covid-19 lockdown. 


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 are open. 


There's one month left for applications to be sent in to benefit from the SASSA Special Relief of Distress grant, better known as the R350 grant. Beneficiaries of this grant receive R350 per month.


SASSA distributes grants to poor and vulnerable South Africans. Now that a new month is about to begin, it's good to know the payment dates for the different grants. Here's the payment dates for April.


With SASSA introducing the Special Relief of Distress Grant which saw beneficiaries receive R350 per month, further calls have come for a basic income grant to be introduced outside of the R350 grant and to continue after the pandemic.


Recently, fake messages are being spread about the Special Relief Distress grant SASSA offers which pays beneficiaries R350 per month. The grant was extended for another three months.


Following the last extension of SASSA's special relief of distress grant of R350, you might be wondering until when do you have to apply for the grant. Here's more on when applications for the SRD grant will close.


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.


The Post Office has assured SASSA R350 grant beneficiaries that their grants are in no danger and will be paid. They have also introduced a schedule for those beneficiaries who collect their grants from the Post Office.


SASSA's CEO has said that those who haven't received their social relief of distress grant of R350 payments will receive them by March. This follows the announcement that the grant will be extended for a further three months.


Some people might be wondering whether SASSA's social relief of distress grant will be extended past the three months extension. SASSA's CEO answered these questions and also spoke on appeals.


With the extension of SASSA's social relief of distress grant of R350 per month, SASSA has made it clear that you will not need to apply or appeal again if you already have. The grant is being extended for another three months.


Now that the President has answered calls to have SASSA's social relief of distress grant of R350 be extended, many are still asking for it to increased as well as R350 per month is not enough.


President Cyril Ramaphosa recently announced the extension of the R350 SRD grant and SASSA has released a statement providing all the details surrounding this, including the fact that approved applicants need not re-apply. 


Amazing news! President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that government will be extending the social relief distress grant of R350 as well as the Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme.


Minister of Social Development, Lindiwe Zulu, has said that there are talks happening about whether SASSA's social relief of distress grant of R350 will be reinstated. Many unions and organisations are calling for the grant to be extended as well as increased.


Civil society organisations such as Black Sash and the C19 People's Coalition are now calling for Government to reverse it's decision to have the social relief of distress grant, better known as the R350 grant, come to an end on 31 January.


SASSA's social relief of distress grant or as we know it, the R350 grant, came to an end on 31 January. Many, including unions, are calling government to extend the grant as vulnerable South Africans are still in need of support.


SASSA's R350 grant which had many South Africans talking is set to expire soon. This Social Relief of Distress grant was set up to support unemployed South Africans during the national lockdown.


The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has started protesting against SASSA and decisions they have made concerning providing financial support to South Africans during the pandemic. They are calling this the 'EFF Labour Desk March' as they march to the Department of Labour and SASSA offices.

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