How To Apply For New SASSA R350 Grant
Applications for the R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant are now open. The grant has been reinstated from 6 August until March 2022.
Applications for the R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant are now open. The grant has been reinstated, starting on 6 August 2021 until March 2022.
SASSA will only be accepting new applications, meaning all previous beneficiaries of the R350 grant will have to reapply.
How To Apply
Before applying, applicants need to ensure that they fit the eligibility criteria:
South African citizens/permanent residents/refugees/asylum seekers/holders of special permits
Have no alternative source of income or financial support from any other source
Between the ages of 18 and 60
The new cycle of the grant is also open to Caregivers who are not receiving any grant on their own behalf.
Applications must be sent on one of the following platforms:
SASSA website - https://srd.sassa.gov.za
Email - [email protected]
WhatsApp: 082 046 8553 (send a Whatsapp message to this number. Make sure to include your name, surname and ID number in the Whatsapp message. You will then receive a message which will detail the next steps you need to follow.)
USSD line: Dial *134*7737# and follow the prompts
All applicants will need to sign a declaration and consent form, as SASSA will be working with other institutions to verify details provided by applicants.
"You only have to apply once on one channel and not many times on every channel. SASSA will only process one application received from each applicant." said SASSA.
Applicants will need to supply the following details and documents:
Identity Number or Department of Home Affairs Refugee permit number
Name and Surname as captured in the Identity Document
Gender and Disability
Contact details - Cell phone number
Successful applicants will be contacted by SASSA once applications have been processed. The first round of payments will then be made in the last week of August.
The Post Office announced that they will no longer be distributing the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) R350 grant. This means millions of the grant's beneficiaries will now find a new way to collect their money.
All beneficiaries of the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) R350 grant had to reapply after changes were made to the legislation under which the crucial relief measure was provided. There are several methods grant beneficiaries can use to apply for the R350 grant.
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