How To Check Your Sassa Grant Status For June 2024

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Millions of people receive Sassa grants monthly. If you applied to be a Sassa grant beneficiary, you can do a Sassa status check to see whether or not your application was successful. 


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The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) provides monthly grants to over 18 million people in need. There are different grants available depending on your situation, like grants for older people, children, and people with disabilities.

Permanent grants distributed by Sassa include the Older Persons pension grant, Disability grantWar Veterans grantCare Dependency grant, Foster Child grant, Child Support grant, Child Support grant Top-Up and Grant-in-aid.

This guide will explain how to apply for a grant, check the application status, and what to do if your grant gets suspended.

Where to Apply

  • In person at your nearest Sassa office.
  • Online for specific grants (older persons, child support, foster child). If you're unable to travel due to age or illness, someone can apply for you with a letter from you.

Applying at a Sassa Office

A Sassa official will help you complete the application form. You'll get a receipt as proof of application. There's no fee to apply.

Checking Your Application Status

  • Visit your local Sassa office.
  • Wait for a written notification from Sassa.
  • Check online for certain grants (if you applied online).

What if My Application Isn't Approved?

Sassa will tell you why your application was rejected and how to appeal within 90 days. This will allow Sassa to reconsider your Sassa application based on the reasons you give them.

Getting Your Grant Payment

You can choose to receive your grant in your bank account or through a Sassa service provider or retail stores.

Keeping Your Grant Active

Tell Sassa about any changes in your life, such as a new address, marriage, or a change in income. This helps avoid grant suspension.

Reasons for Grant Suspension

  • Not telling Sassa about life changes.
  • Changes in your circumstances (financial or medical).
  • Not cooperating with a grant review.
  • Fraud or giving false information.
  • The grant was approved by mistake.
  • Missing required documents.

Restoring a Suspended Grant

If your grant is suspended for not collecting it for 3 months or failing a review, you can apply for restoration within 30 days.

By following these steps, you can apply for a Sassa grant and avoid any issues with your application or payments.

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