How To Check Your June 2023 SRD Grant Status

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Although June is in its second week, Sassa is still paying out the R350 grant to all qualifying beneficiaries who have applied. Beneficiaries who are eagerly awaiting updates on their application status for the current cycle now have convenient options to verify their application outcome. 
 


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Currently, in its third cycle, the Sassa R350 grant remains a crucial source of income for over 8 million beneficiaries across the country. Thus, if you are among the group of applicants for this grant, chances are that you may want to keep track of your application status.

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has provided two methods for individuals to check the status of their SRD grant application: an online portal and WhatsApp.

How To Track Your R350 Grant Status Online

  1. Visit the Sassa SRD grant website.
  2. Scroll down to the "Application status" section.
  3. Click on the link labelled "Click here to check online."
  4. Fill in the required fields as prompted.
  5. Once you have completed the necessary information, the status of your R350 grant application should be displayed.

Alternatively, applicants can also use WhatsApp to inquire about their SRD application status. Here's how:

How To Track Your R350 Grant Status Via Whatsapp 

  1. Add the Sassa WhatsApp number, 082 046 8553, to your contacts
  2. Open WhatsApp and send a message to the Sassa number.
  3. Type "Status" followed by your ID number in the message.
  4. Wait for a response from Sassa. You will receive a message with the status of your application and any updates on your payment.

By following these steps, applicants will receive information regarding the approval or decline of their R350 grant application, or if they need to lodge an appeal due to what they perceive as an unfair denial.

These digital channels have been implemented to make the process more accessible and user-friendly for applicants' needs.

It is important to note that if your application status does not appear, Sassa has explained that the system may be processing a large volume of applications, which may delay the reflection of the status. Rest assured that all applications are treated as new each month, and applicants need only submit their application once to be considered for the grant.

The R350 grant has been a lifeline for many South Africans during these challenging times. It provides essential financial support to individuals who have been heavily impacted by the economic downturn caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The grant aims to ensure that vulnerable communities receive assistance to meet their basic.

 

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The Social Relief of Distress grant is paid out in monthly payments of R350 to nearly 8 million people. Applicants will need to familiarize themselves with the grant’s application process, particularly the tracking of applications upon submitting them.  

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