Sassa SRD Grants: Appeal, balance check, Extension and more Everything you need to know.

How To Track Your SASSA R350 Grant Appeal Status: Go to the SRD Grant website, Scroll down to ‘Application for reconsideration’, Click on the yellow bar, Fill in the required fields, You will now be able to view your information. The outcome of your appeal will be relayed through SMS. Important notice to all beneficiaries: beneficiaries might have seen a message circulating on social media which says that R350 grant payments will not be administered for three months.

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To find out what sassa has said about this and where it comes from, keep reading. Applications for the special Social Relief of Distress grant are only electronic. If you need assistance to apply, staff and appointed volunteers can assist. The Special Social Relief of Distress amount is R350 per month, from the date it is approved. Applicants will be paid from the month in which they apply – there will be no backpay.

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If you have outstanding Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress Grant payments to be collected at the Post Office, you may select the SAPO branch where you wish to collect. Applicants must be: South African Citizens, Permanent Residents or Refugees Registered with Home Affairs; Resident within the borders of the Republic of South Africa; Above the age of 18; Unemployed; Not receiving any income; Not receiving any social grant;

Not receiving any unemployment insurance benefit and does not qualify to receive unemployment insurance benefits; Not receiving a stipend from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme; Not receiving any other government COVID-19 response support; and Not resident in a government funded or subsidized institution.

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What information is required: Identity Number; Name and Surname as captured in the ID (and initials); Gender and Disability; Banking details – Bank Name and Account Number; contact details, Proof of Residential Address; sassa does not require any applicant to scan in supporting documents such as ID, proof of address or bank statements.

By lodging an application, applicants give consent for them to validate the financial and other information against data sources held by government and financial institutions – including SA Revenue Services and banks. The provision of false information in an effort to qualify for the grant is an offense and will result in prosecution.

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How to apply: WhatsApp: 0600 123 456 and select SASSA
USSD: 1347737#
E-mail: [email protected](link sends e-mail)
Call centre IVR: 0800 60 10 11
Website: https://srd.sassa.gov.za

No paper based applications will be accepted.
Payment will be effected through a channel of your choice.
Citizens without bank accounts can also apply. In this case payment will be effected through a money transfer, once all the necessary validations have been completed.
Once applications are approved, SASSA will request confirmation of bank account through a secure site – this will also be done electronically.
Any applicant has the right to request confirmation that this request is from SASSA to protect themselves.

APPLICATIONS ARE FREE: There is no charge to apply – applicants are cautioned not to buy “application forms” – these are not genuine and will not be processed. Applicants are cautioned not to provide their banking details to anyone. SASSA will only request banking information once the application has been approved.
All beneficiaries and applicants should never give their PIN number or the CVV number on the back of the banking card to anyone – not even SASSA.