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Sassa is the short name for the South African Social Security Agency which manages grants and allowances for groups in South African society needing financial assistance. This includes grants for children, the older persons grants and disability grants.

SASSA also manages the R350 SRD Grant which is more formally known as the Social Relief of Distress Grant.

If you are a South African citizen, asylum seekers or a permanent resident, you might be able to qualify for Sassa grants. Existing applicants with their zimbabwe exemption permit dispensation or lesotho exemption permit dispensation can also apply.

Sassa Provides Temporary Assistance With A Sassa Grant

Sassa provides many grants to vulnerable South Africans through grants including the following:

  • Old Persons Grant

  • Disability Grant 

  • Care Dependency Grant

  • R350 Grant 

  • War Veterans Grant

  • Foster Child Grant

  • Child Support Grant

  • Grant-in-aid

How To Submit An Online Sassa Application For Permanent Grants

Should you want to submit a Sassa grant application for one of these grants, you will first need to create an online Sassa account.

When you're done, you then need to visit the Sassa services page and click on 'Apply for a grant'. You will then need to follow the prompts to complete your application, which includes providing your mobile phone number.

How To Submit A Sassa Application For The Social Relief Of Distress Grant

Here's the application process for the SRD grant:

  1. Visit Sassa’s social relief grant website

  2. Click on the 'click here to apply on online' button

  3. Enter your mobile phone number and click 'send SMS'

  4. A One Time Pin (OTP) will be sent to the mobile phone number you provided

  5. Enter the OTP

  6. Confirm and accept the Clauses in the Declaration and Consent documents

  7. Enter your personal details

  8. Provide your cell phone number, employment information and lifestyle sustainability information

  9. Provide your banking details

  10. Follow the prompts

Can I Use My Bank Account For Sassa?

Yes, you can, Sassa actually encourages an approved beneficiary to use their bank account for any future payments! Should you opt to receive your Sassa grant payment through a bank account, it gives you more efficient and easier access to your social grant.


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