Here’s Where Permit Holders & Asylum Seekers Collect SRD Grants

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The SRD grant was introduced by the South African government during the Covid-19 pandemic, to provide basic financial relief to South African Citizens, Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Special Permit Holders who have insufficient means to support themselves. 


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The Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant, disbursed by the South African Security Agency (SASSA) is also made available to all qualifying asylum seekers and special permit holders in the country.

The SRD grant was introduced by the South African government during the Covid-19 pandemic, to provide basic financial relief to South African Citizens, Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Special Permit Holders who have insufficient means to support themselves.

To all qualifying applicants, the R350 grant is an important source of income.

The application process for asylum seekers and special permit holders is similar to the usual one with one slight difference. Applications are done online on SASSA’s SRD grant website.

Asylum seekers and special permit holders can collect their SRD grant money at any Pick ‘n Pay or Boxer store.

Once you have submitted your SRD grant application and your SRD status indicates that your application has been successful, a pay date will be confirmed. Then, you can collect your grant payment at any Pick ‘n Pay or Boxer store.

You will need your Payment ID (SASSA system-generated number) and cellphone number used to apply for the grant in order to collect your grant.

If you are not sure what your Payment ID is, you can look up your Payment ID on SASSA's Asylum Seekers and Special Permit Holders website.

You will be required to fill in your asylum seeker File Number or special permit holder Passport Number, as well as the cell phone number that you applied with.

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