Where To Collect R350 Grants For September 2023

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Millions of unemployed people rely on the R350 grant to purchase basic goods and access basic services. Individuals who benefit from the grant can collect their grant at several locations in September 2023. 


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The Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant, also known as the R350 grant, is the main social support given to unemployed individuals living in South Africa. Those who receive this grant depend on it to buy goods and access basic services making it vital for them not to overspend while trying to collect their R350 grant.

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) revealed that more than 7 million people are currently benefiting from the R350 grant. The people benefitting from the R350 grant have several different grant payment options available to collect their money. 

Where To Collect Your R350 Grant In September 2023 

Bank Account

R350 grant beneficiaries have the option to receive their grant directly into their bank account, enabling them to access the money as soon as it becomes available.

Cash Send

For individuals without a bank account, the R350 grant offers a Cash Send payment option. Beneficiaries can access their grant money using their ID numbers and phone numbers. To use this payment method, you need a cellphone with a registered number and proof of identification.

Retail Stores

Grant beneficiaries can also collect their R350 grant from various retail stores across the country. Stores like Pick N Pay, Checkers, Shoprite, and Boxer offer R350 grant payments.

It's important to note that Sassa will only pay the R350 grant to individuals who meet the criteria to benefit from the grant. 

Eligibility Criteria For The R350 Grant

The R350 grant is available to unemployed individuals living in South Africa, which includes South African citizens, asylum seekers, special permit holders, and refugees. 

To be eligible, they must be between 18 and 59 years old. Those above 59 years old can apply for the Older Persons Grant, and those younger than 18 may qualify for the Child Support grant, both provided by Sassa.

To be considered for the R350 grant, applicants should not be receiving any other government support, such as other Sassa grants, benefits from the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), or funding from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). They should also not be living in a government institution.

An essential eligibility criterion for the R350 grant is the income threshold. Beneficiaries must not have an income exceeding R624, which refers to the amount of money in their bank account. If their bank account balance is higher than R624, their application will be rejected.

Those who meet the eligibility criteria for the R350 grant should qualify for the grant payments. They can submit a R350 grant application online

After submitting a R350 grant, applicants can check their status and payment details by completing a Sassa status check. If your Sassa application status is successful you will be paid the R350 grant. 

If your application for the R350 grant was rejected by Sassa, it may be helpful to know why your application was rejected. Your Sassa status will contain the reason why your R350 grant was rejected and what you can do about it. 

If you believe that Sassa was incorrect to reject your grant application, you may submit a R350 grant appeal to the Independent Tribunal for Social Assistance Appeals (ITSAA).

If you are hoping to receive a Sassa social grant you should be running a Sassa status check on the official Sassa website. When you perform the Sassa status check you will receive information on which months you will be paid and which months you won't.

 

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The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) distributes the R350 Social Relief of Distress grant to approximately 7.5 million people each month. These individuals rely on monthly payments to purchase their most basic needs, and may regularly check their Sassa SRD grant application status.

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