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Sassa Says There Is No Money To Pay Grants



Sassa Says There Is No Money To Pay Grants

Sassa Says There Is No Money To Pay Grants.If your application for a Social Relief of Distress grant has been approved but you do not have a payment date, here is what you can do.In order to receive Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grants, beneficiaries choosing cash send as their method of payment should provide their bank details on Sassa’s website.

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Sassa Says There Is No Money To Pay Grants

Due to the failure of mobile number verification, their payment date may not be available.Since grants cannot be paid into someone else’s bank account, beneficiaries must provide their own banking information. In order to avoid fraud, this is done to ensure that grant payments go to the correct person.

In order to receive SMS notifications for the cash send payment method, beneficiaries’ mobile numbers must be registered in their names.

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A mobile number registered with another person will not be paid by Sassa as a grant payment.

Those who have selected the cash send payment method and have payment dates on their status are encouraged to contact the bank they have selected if they have not received their vouchers yet.

Furthermore, Sassa reports that beneficiaries who accidentally deleted the voucher message can contact their bank so that it can resend it.

Cash send queries can be directed to the following bank contact numbers:

  • ABSA- 0 800 000 122
  • TYME BANK- 0860 999 119 
  • NEDBANK- 0 800 555 111
  • FNB- 0875 759 405 
  • Standard Bank- 0860 466 639 

Grant payments can be collected from the following locations by R350 grant recipients:

  • Personal bank accounts
  • Pick n Pay
  • Boxer Stores
  • Checkers
  • Shoprite
  • Usave
  • Selected OK Foods Supermarkets.
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Beneficiaries are told that the grant will remain in their accounts until they need it, so they do not need to collect it on the date when it is available.

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South African citizens, refugees, asylum seekers, and special permit holders receiving the SRD grant are between the ages of 18 and 60, who lack sufficient means, are not receiving social grants on their behalf, are not eligible for or do not contribute to the UIF payment, and have no other financial assistance.

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