SASSA R370 Grant Payments for June to Start : how to get your money, SRD Status check and what to expect

SASSA R370 Grant Payments for June to Start : how to get your money, SRD Status check and what to expect

Starting today, the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) will begin distributing the R370 grant payments. This financial aid is essential for many South Africans, especially during these tough times. Here’s a simple guide on the payment dates, Social Relief of Distress Grant (SRD Grant) Status check, how to get your money, and what to expect.

About the R370 Grant

The R370 grant is meant to help people who are unemployed, or facing financial difficulties. It’s designed to assist with basic needs like food, electricity, and more.

Details for SASSA R370 Grant Payments

What to expect regarding Covid-19 SRD Payment dates for June 2024:

  • Payments (for clients who are approved for the month of June 2024) will be processed from 26-29 June 2024
  • Clients are encouraged to view their status on the SRD website for the exact date that payment will reflect into their bank accounts.
  • NB: funds will take about 2-3 working days to reflect in the client’s account after payment has been processed paying the right social grant, to the right person.

SRD Grant Requirements

  1. South African Citizenship: You must be a South African citizen, permanent resident, or refugee.
  2. Age: You must be between the ages of 18 and 60.
  3. Income: You should not have any income or receive any other form of grant or social assistance.
  4. Bank Account: You must have a bank account where the grant can be paid.
  5. Not Employed: You should not be employed or receive any form of income.
  6. Not Receiving Any Other Grant: You should not be receiving any other form of social grant

SASSA status check and payments dates

  • To check visit: https://www.sassa.gov.za
  • The payments dates will start from 26 June 2024 and will end 29 June 2024.

How to Get Your Payment

There are a few ways you can receive your R370 grant:

  1. Bank Transfers: If you have a bank account, your money can be directly deposited there.
  2. SASSA Card: You can use your SASSA card to withdraw money from ATMs, retail stores, or SASSA pay points.
  3. Post Office: You can also collect your money from selected Post Office branches. Remember to follow the schedule to avoid long waits

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