Here's Why SASSA Grants Get Suspended

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The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is responsible for the distribution of government social relief grants.


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The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is responsible for the distribution of government social relief grants.
The social relief grants are distributed to people living in South Africa who are deemed to be eligible to receive a particular grant from SASSA.
These grants include the disability grant, child support grant, foster care grant, older persons grant and the war veterans grants. If you do not meet the eligibility requirements of these grants then SASSA may choose to suspend the grant you are receiving. Different circumstances will apply to different grants.
Below is a list of reasons which SASSA can use to suspend your grant

Changes in circumstances which can either be your medical or financial circumstances. 
If you fail to cooperate with SASSA if your grant is being reviewed
If you are caught committing fraudulent activities or providing fraudulent information. This can include misrepresenting your financial or medical circumstances.  
If you were wrongly awarded a grant. 
If SASSA determines via a review that you are undeserving of a social support grant. 

SASSA has the right to review your grant eligibility if they see fit. They will however communicate to you when they plan to review your grant. SASSA says this will take place at least three months prior to the date set for your grant to be reviewed. 
CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT HOW TO GET YOUR SASSA GRANT
For more information, you can call SASSA’s toll free line on 0800 60 10 11 or email: SASSA at [email protected]

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