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Explained: Reasons Why Your SASSA R350 Grant Was Declined

Since the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) reopened applications for the special Covid-19 R350 Social Relief of Distress Grant, more than 3.7 grant applications were declined.

SASSA’s online system processes your information through a number of different databases when considering your application.

There are a number of reasons why your grant application could have been declined. These reasons are provided to applicants when they apply for the R350 SRD grant.

Here are the meanings for the various terms SASSA uses to explain why your SRD grant was declined.

Decline Reasons 

Meaning 

age_outside_range

The applicant does not qualify for the SRD grant because of their age.

alternative_income_source_identified

The applicant has an income of more than R595 per month.

existing_sassa_grant

The applicant is already a beneficiary of a SASSA grant. 

gov_payroll_registerd 

The applicant is employed by a government department.

nsfas_registerd

The applicant received funding from the National Student Finacial Aid Scheme (NSFAS).

referred_linked_risk_mobile

A fraudulent application was received from the mobile number you applied with. 

referred_safps

The applicant is registered as a perpetrator of fraud by the South African Fraud Prevention Services. 

 

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