sassa status check for r350 payment dates
Millions of South Africans submit applications to receive the social relief of distress grant each month. However, not all individuals who apply are successful, and these applicants are encouraged to submit an appeal.
Every month, the Sassa distributes social grants to its millions of beneficiaries. The payment schedule for the month of April has recently been confirmed.
Some civic society groups have claimed that South Africa is currently faced with a triple threat of hunger, poverty and unemployment. It is for this reason that the government has responded by continuing one of its social grants.
Sassa has approved millions of clients to receive grant payments for the Social Relief of Distress grant. However, some have not yet received their payments.
The South African Postbank had taken a decision to suspend ATM withdrawals for gold card carrying Sassa grant beneficiaries only for this month. The transition to change to other payment channels hasn't been easy for beneficiaries.
A high number of Sassa appeals were submitted to the Independent Tribunal. Rejected applicants will need to follow a particular process to make sure that their application is reconsidered.
Millions of individuals benefit from social grants on the first week of every month, however, during the festive season things might change due to the number of holidays that are celebrated. The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) shared how things work out for social grant recipients during this time period.
A recently launched panel report has revealed that a triple challenge (of poverty, unemployment and inequality) persists in the vulnerable population of South Africa. Although the youth is the most hard by this, the government seeks to design long-term solutions.
A report by the South African Bank Risk Information Centre has revealed that the amount of money lost to card fraud increased by 17% from R993.5 million in 2020 to R1.1 billion last year. The Postbank has not been spared from this as it recently picked up abnormal activity in its systems.
The implementation of new regulations for the Social Relief of Distress grant came with challenges for grant recipients. If you haven’t received your grant payment, even after appealing to be reconsidered, here’s why.
The Social Relief of Distress Grant received an extension in the recent Medium Term budget speech, however, the government has announced that it has run into some issues with making the grant permanent and increasing its value.
Every first week of the month, almost 50% of the South African population receives social grants from the South African Social Security Agency. However, grant recipients were met with great disappointment this time around when they were supposed to receive their funds.
Almost 50% of the South African population currently benefits from social grants. As the new month starts, payment dates for social grants have been confirmed.
Millions of people rely on financial assistance from the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa). There have been delays with grant payments in the past few months, however, the government agency has given an explanation for this.
Some South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) grant applicants have complained about the government agency’s technical problems, however, it has been confirmed that a new system will soon be launched.
The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has admitted to having experienced a two-month delay after implementing the new threshold regulation. However, beneficiaries of the R350 grant have been assured that payments will be administered going forward.
One of the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant regulations was adjusted a few months ago, but some changes have resulted in payments being delayed. The government agency has assured beneficiaries that progress has been made with SRD grant payments for August 2022.
In a recent media briefing, the Department of Social Development (DSD) gave an update regarding two social grants administered by the department’s agency. Details on who can apply and which documents are needed have also been announced.