SASSA Issue Grant Payment Dates For December

SASSA Issue Grant Payment Dates For December

SASSA Issue Grant Payment Dates For December. As December approaches, the Social Security Agency of South Africa (Sassa) has unveiled the grant payment schedule for the upcoming month, particularly targeting beneficiaries who receive grants on a monthly basis. This schedule encompasses Sassa’s permanent grants, catering to various sectors of South African society in need of financial assistance.

SASSA Issue Grant Payment Dates For December

Sassa plays a crucial role in managing grants and allowances, providing support to different demographics within South Africa. These include grants for children, known as the Child Support Grant, grants for older persons, disability grants, and the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grants.

Sassa Grant Payment Dates for December

Grant payments by Sassa typically occur during the initial and second weeks of the month. The following are the specific grant payment dates for December 2023:

  • Older Persons Grant: December 1, 2023
  • Disability Grant: December 4, 2023
  • Children’s Grants: December 5, 2023

Important Reminders from Sassa

Sassa emphasizes that beneficiaries need not rush to withdraw cash on the first day of the payment period. Clarifying further, they state, “Once the money is in the account, it will remain there until it is needed.”

Sassa Grant Payment Amounts for December 2023

For December 2023, the grant payment amounts are as follows:

  • Older Persons Grant: R2,090
  • Older Persons (75 years and older): R2,110
  • Disability Grant: R2,090
  • War Veterans Grant: R2,110
  • Child Support Grant: R510
  • Child Support Grant (Top-up): R510 + R250
  • Care Dependency Grant: R2,090
  • Foster Care Grant: R1,130
  • Grant-In-Aid: R510
  • Social Relief of Distress Grant: R350
See also  Sassa SRD Grant Payment Dates For December 2023

Impact of Sassa Grants

Sassa plays a vital role in disbursing over 18 million grants monthly to vulnerable recipients. These grants play a crucial role in enabling the most vulnerable members of society to procure basic goods and access essential services every month.

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