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The President declared a National State of Disaster as a result of the Covid-19 global pandemic. In this regard he introduced a Special Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress Grant (SRD) of R350 to be paid to individuals who are currently unemployed, do not receive any form of income, social grant or UIF payment etc. 

With the introduction of the SASSA R350 grant, a large number of SRD SASSA application were rolling in with heading to, as the website serves many purposes. Not only can you do your SASSA application for R350 on there, you can also check your SASSA SRD status. This is also the SASSA website to correct banking details and other information. 

Refer to the table below for all the SASSA guides you need if you're seeing a pending SASSA SRD status, as well as to find out more on the SASSA registration for R350. Click on the link to access the information you need:

How To Submit A SASSA Online Application For R350
What To Do About Your 'Pending' SRD Grant Status
What Your 'Aug Pending' R350 Grant Status Means
What 'Reapplication Pending' SASSA Status Check Means
What ‘Bank Details Pending’ R350 Grant Application Status Means
SASSA: What A 'Pending' R350 Grant Status Means

SASSA also gives a chance to a SASSA grant application which was rejected in the form of a SASSA appeal. Click here to gain access to the SRD appeal link.

If you're trying to find the SASSA contact number for SASSA grant enquiries, or the SASSA website or SASSA Twitter, click here.

You can also click here to find the latest SASSA news.


If you have submitted a R350 grant appeal after having your application rejected, then you might be interested in tracking its outcome. Here is how to do so.

Sassa encourages social grant beneficiaries to make use of alternative payment methods to collect their grant payments. Below is a list of alternative payment methods.

If you are among those who have applied for the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant and are yet to receive any feedback in relation to the progress of your application, chances are, there is a valid reason for this. Here is why you are experiencing this delay, according the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa)

Many Sassa R350 grant applicants are left with the status "Pending" and are unsure of what this means in relation to the progress of their application. Sassa has explained what this means and what happens to your application when you submit it.

One of the biggest concerns among R350 grant applicants is having their application declined by the South African Social Social Security Agency (Sassa). Fortunately for them, Sassa has a new appeals application process, run by an Independent Tribunal to ensure that they get a fair chance to benefit from the grant if they qualify for it. Here is how it is carried out.

As the last remaining days of June draw to a close, the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has recently confirmed the social grant payment dates for July. Here is how the agency has arranged its grant payment schedule.

The Sassa Social Relief of Distress grant is being paid to all qualifying beneficiaries. If you are among those that have been meaning to apply for an appeal to your reject application status, Here is the procedure on how to lodge an appeal for your declined R350 grant application.

If you are amongst the millions of individuals that applied for the R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) Grant and received a notification that you have been rejected, there is still an opportunity for you to appeal the outcome of your application.

Does your R350 SRD grant application status say 'Self Exclusionary Response Found'? Here's what this means and what you can do about it. 

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) receives millions of applications from applicants hoping to receive grants for financial assistance. However, some applicants might not be aware that not following some processes might negatively impact their grant application. 


As payments of the Sassa Social Relief of Distress grant continue, the Department of Social Development (DSD) has put measures in place to ensure that people are able to submit their SRD grant applications despite applicants not having a phone.

The South African Social Security (Sassa) has recently stated reconsideration applications for the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant are currently underway. Here's how the agency's spokesperson plans to disburse these grant payments.

The Post Office is no longer a collection point for R350 grant payments and this would of course have consequences. Now, government is working on introducing more collection points.

The Department of Social Development (DSD) has raised concerns regarding the backlog in the payment of the R350 grant appeal applications. Now, Sassa has said that payments have begun.

Some Social Relief and Distress (SRD) grant beneficiaries have not been paid for the past two months since their resubmitted applications received approval. The Department of Social Development (DSD) admits to a few glitches and has revealed how it plans to release payments.


Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu says she is concerned for beneficiaries of the R350 grant who have not yet received their payments, but that many processes have to be completed before the R350 grants can be distributed. 

COSATU condemns the government’s failure to pay millions of R350 grant beneficiaries their payments since April. The union requests for this matter to be fixed immediately.

It has recently come to light that many South Africans who had to re-apply for the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant at the end of the National State of Disaster have reportedly not been paid. An official from one of the country's leading human rights organisations explains how this has affected R350 grant beneficiaries.

Following their recent decision to increase a social grant, the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has revealed that more people will now also qualify to benefit from this grant. Here are the stipulated requirements by Sassa for beneficiaries to qualify.

Sassa distributes the R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant to millions of South Africans every month. However, some beneficiaries have not received all their payments for the months that they were approved, here's what happens to those R350 payments.