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The South Africa Social Security Agency manages grants and allowances for groups in South African society needing assistance. This includes grants for children, the older persons grants and disability grants. SASSA also manages the R350 grant for the special relief of distress during the Covid-19 crisis.

SASSA payments are made in various ways. They can be paid through a bank account, through your SASSA card, through a Post Office or through CashSend. Your SASSA grant is there to assist you with your basic needs. Click here to find out how SASSA SRD payments work.

A large number of SRD SASSA application were rolling in heading to due to SASSA R350 grant. 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. 

SASSA allows a second 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 or SASSA contact details 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 haven't got a job at the moment, and you aren't studying, then it's tough to get money. The Sassa SRD R350 grant is available to help people like you who need a helping hand at the moment. But how do you get the SRD R350 grant? How do you apply for it? When do you go and collect it? Can they pay the SRD R350 grant directly to your bank account? We have all the answers to your SRD R350 grant questions.

Sassa lets you receive your Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grants in your personal bank account. But what happens if you change your banking account? We will show you how to update your details for your SRD grant including your banking details.

The National Treasury of South Africa has been hinting that it may hit a financial wall when it comes to disbursing the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant. The grant has been a lifeline for millions of South Africa's poorest citizens, with the grant's payout amount recently gaining an increase.

Millions of South Africans are financially dependent on social grants to survive. The government agency that has been administering social grants to beneficiaries for years, prides itself in the progress that it has made regarding payment of the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant.


The individuals who receive the grant are not able to live off the grant, however, it helps them get a few essentials each month. Which causes many to wonder if the R350 grant will be increased, especially since the cost of living has been increasing over the past few months.

The Department of Social Development is looking to introduce new changes to how beneficiaries can apply for the R350 grant. This follows the lifting of the National State of Disaster, which forced the department to make changes to the eligibility criteria and other processes. 

If a R350 grant beneficiary's application for the Covid-19 SRD grant is denied, the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) allows them to request reconsideration. Sassa is looking to process some of these grant payments, here are more details about it and how you can use the Sassa website to request reconsideration.

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.

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