Do this to avoid sassa srd R350 payments Delay. Some of the South African Social Security Agency clients have started collecting their Social Relief of Distress (SRD) Grant. The Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant aims to provide unemployed individuals with some financial assistance every month. However, millions of people who rely on the grant have not received their monthly payments.
South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is providing hope to more than 18 million people, who receive various types of grants.
Social grant help improve the health, education, work participation and livelihoods of beneficiaries. Social Relief of Distress is a temporary grant of assistance intended for someone in desperate need. The grant helps those who are unable to provide for their own, or their families’, most basic needs.
Here’s What to avoid doing
- Check to see if you have submitted correct Contact details . Applicants of the COVID-19 SRD can update their contact details on the SRD website at http://srd.sassa.gov.za
- Incorrect bank account – Sassa says “Mostly, our payment challenges come from clients not updating correct banking details which cannot be verified for payment “
- voucher mistakenly deleted – sassa says “Clients who chose the cash send payment method and have pay dates on their status are advised to contact the bank they have selected if they have not yet received a voucher or mistakenly deleted the message, so that the bank can resend the voucher”
- Changing bank account “Applicants of the COVID-19 SRD are urged not to change their bank details frequently because every change requires that the new account be verified. Once your bank details are loaded or updated, please wait for a response from your bank before changing your details “
Here’s how to check your R350 to see if you are approved
Article published by youthspace – Posted dates : 02 December 2022 .