Hello friend, Sassa has recently updated us about the application for its R350 social grant. At the moment, Sassa grants are only available for South African citizens and long-term South African residents. All applicants must be 18 years or older, be a citizen of South Africa and apply for a grant from their own bank account (not from someone’s bank account). The standard amount of social grant is R350 at the time of this writing (your amount may differ depending on your qualifications and your specific situation).
On the Sassa relief grant, how do I add my banking details?
There are some requirements you will have to fulfill in order to apply for the Sassa grant. The details that you supply during your application process are confidential and will only be exchanged between your bank and SASSA. This information must only be known by the applicant and his or her bank provider.
You can not apply for a Sassa r350 relief grant by yourself. You have to follow the instruction step by step so that you can successfully submit your claim. The process is very easy and simple and it takes only a few minutes. When you submit your claim, Sassa will send the SMS to your personal email address provided earlier.
Before you receive this SMS, make sure that you check your junk email folder, because if there are any messages from them, then ignore them and wait for later instructions from them through SMS. After receiving this SMS from Sassa company, you need to reply back to the first SMS within 24 hours otherwise Sassa will consider your submission incomplete and will reject your application for further consideration.
What is the process for receiving a Sassa grant in your bank account?
First of all, you need to put the banking details on your Sassa r350 relief grant and then you can send the SMS. You have to remember that, when you are doing this application via SMS, this must be done within a period of 28 days from the date when you got your grant letter. Now follow the steps:
- Visit www.srd.sassa.gov.za for more information
- To change your banking information, scroll down to the section entitled ‘How do I do it
- Enter your ID number in the blank
- Through a link in the SMS, you receive an OTP code. Your mobile number is the only one that will receive the link, which is secure and unique to you.
- The link can be found by clicking here
- Complete the process carefully and follow further instructions.
The Sassa R350 payment is due. How do I get it?
There are different ways to obtain the Sassa r350 grant. In addition to having a bank account, cash send services, Checkers, PicknPay & Boxer Stores, and Shoprite Group, there are others.
Method of payment by bank account:
How to withdraw grant money from the bank account? A bank payment grant is the most convenient and fastest way to receive your grant money. The Sassa also recommends the bank account withdraw grant payment. As Sassa said: “Once the applicant submits their application, and after approval, the beneficiaries submit their bank details as part of the application process . . . The bank account payment selection would make paying your R350 grant easier and faster.
Services offered by CashSend
So you don’t have a bank account. You’ve applied for the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) grant payment, but they’re still in the process of processing your application. What to do now? You can get Sassa grant payment through the cash-send method by using your ID numbers and phone numbers.
The Checkers, PicknPay, and Boxer stores
Sassa grants are now accessible to beneficiaries through Checkers, Boxer, and PicknPay stores nationwide. These retailers have been established to facilitate the collection of Sassa grants and they do so by posting the alert in their stores so that the beneficiaries can collect their money easily.
Stores under the Shoprite Group
This is absolutely amazing news for Grant beneficiaries that they can collect their grants from any of 1 286 supermarkets across South Africa, which includes Checkers, USave, OK, and Shoprite stores. Now in case you didn’t know yet, you can simply refer to your ID number and cell phone number when you check out with each supermarket cashier to collect your grant money. This is just because precautionary step against fraud.
The applicant will be required to send details of his/her bank account, the applicant should go to the SMS gateway to add banking details. After the bank account details are sent and have been accepted, he or she will have to wait until an SMS arrives in order for them to proceed with the upload of banking information.