Sassa R350 Payments for September 2023
As of September of 2023, all qualifying individuals in South Africa will be eligible to receive a R350 monthly stipend from the South African Social Security Agency, more commonly known as Sassa.
What is Sassa?
The South African Social Security Agency is a govenment funded program that provides a number of stipends for qualifying individuals including child support grants, foster child grants, disability grants, old age pensions and other social security benefits.
How Do I Check My Sassa Pay Date?
Checking your Sassa pay date is easy. All you have to do is:
- Go to the Sassa website
- Scroll down and select My Payments
- Then select Payment Dates
- Enter your ID number and Date of Birth
You should then be able to see the exact date of your upcoming payment.
Sassa Payments for September 2023
From September 1st 2021 onwards, all qualifying individuals will begin to receive their R350 grant from Sassa. This grant is provided every month and should be used to sustain the individual or their family.
In order to qualify for the grant money, individuals must meet certain criteria, such as having an active Social Security Grant, being unemployed and having an income below a certain level.
All individuals who qualify for the grant will receive the money in their bank accounts on the same day, provided that their details are correct.
To ensure you receive your grant on the correct date, make sure to check your payment date using the procedure mentioned earlier.
If you have any difficulty in accessing the grant money or in receiving it on the correct date, please contact Sassa for more information.
Sassa payments for September 2023 will unlock a number of opportunities for individuals in need and make sure that quality of life is improved for everyone.
SASSA r350 grant payment date January 2023
- Older Person’s Grants: 03 January 2023
- Disability Grants: 04 January 2023
- All Other Grants: 05 January 2023
Check R350 Payment Dates with SASSA
Dates of December 2022’s SASSA Payments:
A Grant for the Elderly, Effective Thursday, December 1, 2022
Disabled Person’s Allowance (beginning Friday, December 2, 2022)
Everywhere Else That Accepts Sassa Grants – Beginning Monday, December 5, 2022
Dates of December 2022 SASSA Payments
As soon as the January 2023 payment schedule is released, we will make the appropriate adjustments.
How can one initiate a reconsideration of an R350?
In the reconsideration phase, they look again at the applicant’s personal information and financial situation to make sure they truly are in need. The lengthier wait times for responses from banks and financial organizations have led to recent reports of delays in the processing of reconsideration petitions. Keep in mind that you cannot be receiving any other government covid-19 response support while obtaining the award.
How can I request that the R350 Grant be reevaluated?
If you applied for an R350 grant in Covid-19 SRD but were told your application was “Reapplication Pending,” you can appeal that decision by following these instructions.
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Follow this link to access the SRD portal: https://srd.sassa.gov.za.
Access the Reconsideration Request Form by selecting the corresponding menu item.
Then click the link that says “Request Reconsideration.”
Please provide your full name, ID number, and phone number.
Follow the remaining instructions to have your payment looked at again.
- SASSA SRD Reapplication for R350 Grant at Srd.Sassa.Gov.Za
- Why SASSA Status Check Failed – South Africa
- How do I check my SASSA reconsideration status ?
To what date does eligibility for the SASSA R350 Grant close?
Covid-19 government grant and grant payments have been extended by 12 months, till March 2023, as announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa. The news was shared at the February 10 State of the Nation Address (SONA) in Cape Town. The Relief of Distress Grant was established to aid the most disadvantaged citizens of South Africa. The award is meant to be viewed as a chance to explore alternative professional paths. Any new SASSA Application should follow these guidelines.
You can enter by using your SRD SASSA Gov Login
If you are applying for an SRD grant, you can find out where you are in the queue by visiting the official SASSA website at srd.sassa.gov.za.
Here is a direct link to the SASSA online dashboard where you may check the status of your SRD grant application: https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status
Fill up your South African applicant ID number below.
Please provide the phone number you used to apply.
SASSA No longer in need of confirmation
The Social Security Administration (SSA) stated on September 9 that recipients of their benefits would no longer have to recertify their eligibility every three months. This protocol was generally disliked by the public. Now that SASSA has updated its rules, members are not required to submit their answers to screening questions every three months.
Valid but unpaid Grant for the Covid-19 SRD
People whose records show an outstanding bank account, a bank account that could not be verified, a bank account that is awaiting verification from the National Treasury, or a cash send payment option have been approved but have not yet been paid (which were made from the 19th September 2022).
Suppose I didn’t get accepted into SASSA; what are the next steps?
Several factors can have contributed to the rejection of your application. Incorrect bank information is the most typical cause. Make sure the format of your bank information is right on your application before submitting it.
As of what date will SASSA R350 Grant eligibility be revoked?
The government’s social grant has been extended all the way until March of 2024, according to the minister of finance. The Treasury Department made this proclamation during its October 2022 Medium-Term Budget Policy statement.
When your SASSA status is cancelled, what does that entail exactly?
Cancellation of your SASSA R350 grant indicates that you did not meet the eligibility requirements to be a grant recipient. You do not pass the SASSA Means test because you receive money from sources other than SASSA, such as a grant or a job.
SASSA is South Africa’s social and welfare agency, and for those who meet the criteria for their various grants, can receive payments of R350 each month. For the September 2023 payment period, recipients will be eagerly awaiting their pay dates. To check when the money is due, the following guidelines can be followed.
Firstly, those beneficiary payments will be made on the same date every month, known as the Pay Date. This can be confirmed online with the SASSA website by going to the ‘Important Dates’ tab on their home page. All the scheduled payments will be listed there, and clicking on the specific calendar year and relevant payment month, will bring up a full schedule specifies and their pay dates. Simply select the require month and 2023 and then look for the relevant date in September.
Failing any online access, those eligible can also call SASSA’s Contact Centre with the relevant enquires. For those telephoning, they will be required to provide proof of identification, although the specific SASSA grants hotline will be able to answer any questions and confirm the payment date for applicants.
Whichever way chosen, it is important that all eligible applications for the R350 payment for September 2023 be completed and received on time. Applications received before or after the set deadlines may not be accepted and applicants may then risk delaying or for them not receiving the money on the due pay date.
So to make sure your R350 beneficiary payment is received on time, all you need to do is check the SASSA website or call their contact centre in advance. Knowing the exact pay date removes any payments and then allows you to plan ahead with the funds accordingly.