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SASSA Status Check | Fastest and easiest away to check SRD R350 grant Online

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SASSA Status Check for R350 SRD Grant payments. SRD Grant has been Approved with payments for 2023 ,Check your applications Status now.

The south Africa social security Agency is still one of South Africa major key player in more than 18 million vulnerable people who receive grants payments every months. However its important to know that not every one Qualify to receive grants since its only individuals with no source of income.

HOW TO PERFORM A SASSA STATUS CHECK FOR SRD R350 GRANT PAYMENTS

Here the Steps assist you on how you can easily checking your grant application status on srd.sassa.gov.za data base.

Unemployed South African can now check their south Africa social security Agency grant online. to check your R350 grant status you will need your ID number and cell phone number.

SASSA Payment Dates for 2023 and 2024

Stay informed about the payment dates for SASSA grants in the coming months of 2023 and the first three months of 2024. Ensure you know when to expect payments for Older Persons, Disability, and Children’s Grants.

Grant MonthOlder Persons GrantDisability GrantChildren’s Grant
November02/11/202303/11/202306/11/2023
December01/12/202304/12/202305/12/2023
January03/01/202404/01/202405/01/2024
February02/02/202405/02/202406/02/2024
March05/03/202406/03/202407/03/2024
remain sassa payments dates

Navigate SRD Status Challenges Efficiently

Understand the various status challenges explained by SASSA for the Social Relief of Distress Grant. Whether your application is complete, pending verification, or declined, get insights into the meaning of each status.

Here how the south Africa social security Agency explained all the challenges status respond .

  • Status Application complete : this mean Applicant have successful completed the reapplication process and will be verified each month for the SRD R350 grant. normally the verification is only 1 week or 2 weeks.
  • Bank details pending : An application or reapplication was received, but no banking details or preferences were received.
  • Reapplication pending : No re-application has been received.
  • Pending : Re-application was successfully received. Verification of the application for the period is pending.
  • Approved: The application was approved for the period.
  • Declined : The application was declined for the period and the reason is provided.

Appealing SASSA Decisions Made Simple

Discover the reasons for SASSA application rejections and learn how to lodge an appeal if you believe there was an error. Check your appeal status easily on the srd.sassa.gov.za website.

There are so may reason for the south Africa social security Agency to reject your application one of the reason they mentioned at Srd.sassa.gov.za is “The Social Relief of Distress Grant (SRD Grant) is meant for South African Citizens, Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Special Permit Holders who are between the ages of 18 and 60 years, who have insufficient means, who do not receive social grants on behalf of herself/ himself or who are not contributing to or eligible for UIF payment, and have no financial support from any other source.”

However they did mention if your applications was unsuccessful and you are feeling like sassa did made a mistake you can lodge an Appel. I Assume that you have already lodge an appeal , you can check your Appel below .

Effortless SASSA Reconsideration Status Check

Follow a straightforward five-step process outlined on the website to check your reconsideration status. Get clarity on the outcome of your appeal without hassle.

SASSA Reapplication process
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SASSA applications online process

Whether on WhatsApp or the srd.sassa.gov.za/said website, find the two convenient options for reapplying for the SRD Grant. Follow the outlined steps to complete your online application.

  1. Now to apply on WhatsApp add the following numbers “ 0820468553 ” You will then see a WhatsApp verification badge on the profile.
  2. For online kindly visit the SRD Grant website and complete you application by providing you contact details and South African Id number.

7. Contacting SASSA Made Easy

Facing challenges? SASSA provides multiple communication methods, including voice calls, walk-ins, and emails. Find the contact details for your province’s branch coordinator.

Gauteng


Mr Themba Matlou
E-Mail: ThembaMat@sassa.gov.za

28 Harrison Street
Johannesburg
2000
Private Bag X120
Marshalltown
2107

Tel: 011 241 8320
Fax: 011 241 8305
E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesGP@sassa.gov.za

Branch Coordinator:
E-Mail:

Limpopo


Ms Zodwa Mvulane
E-Mail: ZodwaMv@sassa.gov.za

43 Landros Mare Street
Polokwane
0699

Private Bag X9677
Polokwane
0700

Tel: 015 291 7509
Fax: 015 291 7416
E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesLIM@sassa.gov.za
E-Mail: CustomerCareLim@sassa.gov.za

Branch Coordinator:
E-Mail:

Free State


(Acting) Mr Mohodi Tsosane
E-Mail: MohodiT@sassa.gov.za

Cnr St. Andrew Street & Aliwal Street
Bloemfontein

Private Bag X20553
Bloemfontein
9300

Tel: 051 410 8339
Fax: 051 409 0862
E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesFS@sassa.gov.za

Branch Coordinator:Liziwe Stokwe
E-Mail:LiziweS@sassa.gov.za
Tel: 051 410 8552


KwaZulu Natal

Ms Thamo Mzobe
E-Mail: ThamoM@sassa.gov.za

1 Bank Street
Pietermaritzburg
3201

Private Bag X9146
Pietermaritzburg
3201

Tel: 033 846 3324
Fax: 033 846 9595
E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesKZN@sassa.gov.za

Branch Coordinator:
E-Mail:

SASSA Head Office


SASSA House
501 Prodinsa Building
Cnr Steve Biko and Pretorius Streets
Pretoria

Private Bag X55662
Arcadia
Pretoria
0083

Tel: 012 400 2322 (Switchboard)
0800 60 10 11
Website: www.sassa.gov.za

Grants Enquiries
SASSA Toll Free: 0800 60 10 11
E-Mail GrantEnquiries@sassa.gov.za

Mpumalanga


Mr Themba Matlou
E-Mail: ThembaMat@sassa.gov.za

18 Ferreira Street
Nelspruit
1200

Private Bag X11230
Nelspruit
1200

Tel: 013 754 9446
Fax: 013 754 9501

Branch Coordinator:
E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesMP@sassa.gov.za

North West

Ms Zodwa Mvulane
E-Mail: ZodwaMv@sassa.gov.za

SASSA House,ERF 3139,Corner Sekame and Dr James Moroka Mega City
Mahikeng
2735

Private Bag X44
Mmabatho
2735

Tel: 018 388 4006
Fax: 086 611 9740
E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesNW@sassa.gov.za
E-Mail: sassanwqueries@net1.com

Branch Coordinator:
E-Mail:

Northern Cape

(Acting) Mr Mohodi Tsosane
E-Mail: MohodiT@sassa.gov.za

Permanent ‘Perm’ Building
33 Du Toitspan Road
Kimberley
8300

Private Bag X6011
Kimberley
8300

Tel: 053 802 4919
Fax: 053 832 5229
E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesNC@sassa.gov.za

Branch Coordinator: Linda Denga (Klaas)
E-Mail: LindaD@sassa.gov.za


Eastern Cape

(Acting) Mr Zanoxolo Mpeta
E-Mail: OscarM1@sassa.gov.za

BKB Building
Cnr Fitzpatrick & Merino Road
Quigney
East London

Private Bag X9001
Chiselhurst
East London
5200

Tel: 043 707 6335
Fax: 043 707 6487
E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesEC@sassa.gov.za
E-Mail: ECCustomerCare@sassa.gov.za

Branch Coordinator: Felicia Dickens
E-Mail: FeliciaWi@sassa.gov.za

Western Cape


(Acting) Mr Abraham Mahlangu
E-Mail: AbrahamM@sassa.gov.za

Golden Acre
Adderley Street
Cape Town
8000

Private Bag X9189
Cape Town
8000

Tel: 021 469 0235
Fax: 021 469 0260
E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesWC@sassa.gov.za

All province SASSA Branches working Hours

  • The normal working /Opening hours for Sassa branches in South Africa is Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 4 pm.

What time do Sassa cut queue

At 4 pm all doors are closed and the works have to finish helping the people who are inside the branch.

The best time to visit the branch

You can start forming the queues,as soon as its 6:00 Am when its more safer.

What makes SASSA branch constant system failures

SASSA provincial spokesperson Nandi Mosia said “the system failures were due to loadshedding, cable theft and continued network unavailability.”

SASSA FQA

1.Why your SASSA Status pending

The South Africa social security Agency (SASSA ) is still verifying your payments information. Solution : What you can do is to updated your payments information and wait for the Agency Respond.

2. How long it takes for SASSA to Approve application status

It may take 7 to 14 days in some situation it can be more than that for your applications to be approved after you have successful completed your SRD Grant applications on srd.sassa.gov.za website.

Solution : All you can do is to wait while SASSA process your applications in the South Africa National verification database.

3.How to check sassa status

You can check your application status on various platform which include the Official South Africa social security Agency (SASSA ) website srd.sassa.gov.za or on SRD Grant channels which includes WhatsApp.

To check using WhatsApp, simply save the following WhatsApp number “ 0820468553 ” you will see a WhatsApp verification badge.

Once you can see that its the official SRD Channel sent a “HI message ” and the System will ask you what do you what to do.

You must choice the Option that has SRD Status check and reply will the information you have used during application.

4.how to check sassa balance

There’s no Guaranteed way to check your balance However you can visit the SRD grant website and check your Status, You should be able to see if you have been approved for a particular months. This will determine how much SASSA is going to pay you . “Please note that SRD grant is still R350

5. why is my sassa money not in

Kindly note that the South Africa social security Agency (SASSA ) did announce a statement on Social media platform Stating that it may take 3 days for money to be in your bank account if you have been approved for that month .

6. SASSA status pending for how long

Well it may take 14 days or more for Sassa to verify your payments details on South Africa Database. Your only option is to wait for your Results, An sms with your Status respond will be sent to you .

7.How to change number on sassa application

To have your contact information changed kindly visit https://srd.sassa.gov.za/said and click on ” Update your grant application ” you Should be given an option to change your old contact numbers to the new numbers.

8. Why is my SASSA R350 Approved but no payment

If your applications is approved with no payments dates simply updated your payments details it has been advice that clients need to use the bank account payment method.

9. SRD Grant application Not Approved

Your applications can be declined because of the following 6 reason

  • Source of income : this when Sassa notice that you are having money or receiving money in your bank account which is more than the test income. On a Facebook article it has been said that the new test income threshold for the COVID-19 SRD has been increased from R350 to R624.
  • Being employed : People who are employed are not allowed to benefit from the Srd Grant , Its only for unemployed people.
  • Age restriction : Only people who are between 18- 59 years are allowed to apply for the social relief of distress grant.
  • No a South African: People who are not citizen are also not allowed if they don’t have a Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Special Permit Holders .
  • Nsfas and Uif : If you are a university ,college Student or UIF client will not be accepted.

10. How may grants are offered by the SASSA

The South African Social Security Agency only has 7 permeant grant :

  1. Disability grant
  2. Older persons
  3. War veteran’s
  4. Foster child grant
  5. Care dependency
  6. Child support grant
  7. Grant-in-aid

SASSA Applications

What are the requirements when applying for SASSA child grant?

Here’s everything you will need As mentioned on a news article by sassa if are interested in becoming a sassa clients you must be:

  • The primary care giver must be a South African citizen, permanent resident or refugee.
  • Both the applicant and the child must reside in South Africa.
  • The applicant must be the primary care giver of the child/ children concerned.
  • The child/children must been born after 31 December 1993.
  • The applicant and spouse must meet the requirements of the means test.
  • Child can not apply for more than six non biological children.
  • Child can not be cared for in state institution.

How Sassa Benefits the People of South Africa

Sassa, which stands for the South African Social Security Agency, plays a crucial role in improving the lives of the people of South Africa. Established in 2005, Sassa is responsible for administering social grants to eligible individuals and families in need.

Sassa contributes significantly to lowering inequality and fostering social inclusion in South Africa by offering social subsidies and support services. It aids in making sure that everyone has access to the necessities of life and chances for the future.

11.SASSA History

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is a national agency of the South African government created in April 2005 And in 2023 Sassa has 18 years of providing for vulnerable South African who have no source of income.

Over the years the Agency counties to grow by reaching hands in may South African Family and in 2020 the president of Republic of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa introduced a new COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress grant which changed the lives of many South African.

Conclusion

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) provides financial assistance to eligible individuals and families through various grant programs. These grants play a crucial role in alleviating poverty and supporting vulnerable communities.

Here’s a summary of everything you have learned so far

  • How The South African Grant plays an important role in changing the lives of may South African.
  • How you can check your application status and updated your SRD Grant
  • Method to use when contacting the Agency
  • frequently asked questioned and history of SASSA

9. Understanding SASSA Benefits for South Africans

Learn about the vital role played by SASSA in improving the lives of South Africans through the administration of social grants. Discover how it contributes to reducing inequality and fostering social inclusion.

10. Brief History of SASSA and Conclusion

Explore the history of the South African Social Security Agency, established in 2005, with 18 years of providing for vulnerable South Africans. Understand how SASSA continues to evolve and make a difference.

Conclusion

In summary, this guide equips you with essential information about the SRD R350 grant, application status checks, and navigating SASSA processes effectively.

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Last updated ; 16 November 2023