Applications for the R350 grant are open, but before applying, you need to make sure you have the right information ready for SASSA. All applicants are required to provide their details, which are then uploaded onto SASSA's database. Applicants need to have the following information ready in order to apply for the grant: Identity number, name & surname (as registered at Home Affairs) Banking information (this includes your bank name, account number and account type) Mobile number that SASSA should use to communicate with you Gender and Disability Residential Address Part of the application process also includes agreeing to let SASSA verify the information you provide. This is why all applicants are required to sign a consent form, allowing SASSA to work with other institutions and organisations to confirm all information supplied. How to sign the consent form for the R350 grant application: Visit the SASSA website https://srd.sassa.gov.za/ Read the consent form Confirm that you have understood the document Accept the terms of the consent form (if you wish to proceed with your application) "It is important for applicants to understand what they are agreeing to when applying for this grant. False declarations are a criminal offence and may result in prosecution" SASSA said. Applicants can apply 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 GovChat: https://govchat.app/login\ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/govchat.org
SASSA R350 Grant: This Is What You Need Before Applying
Applications for the R350 grant are open, but before applying, you need to make sure you have the right information ready for SASSA. All applicants are required to provide their details, which are then uploaded onto SASSA's database.
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