How to Approves SRD Grants

How to Approves SRD Grants
How Sassa Approves SRD Grants : South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) informs all applicants for SRD grant (R350) that the agency approves the applicant after the requirements of not having received an income have been verified. If your application is still pending it means, it’s not yet verified.

How to Approves SRD Grants

If the verification of the above-mentioned requirements not yet finalised the status will state pending. 

When the applicants successfully passed all verification, SASSA will approve the application and the status will be updated to approve.

Some of the delays that cause beneficiaries not to receive the R350 grant after approval is that they do not provide a banking account but they only choose the name of the bank where they want to get the grant. 

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Beneficiaries are reminded to keep on checking their details to ensure that they are correct and that the grant is received by the right person.

For more information, SASSA contact toll-free number: 0800 60 10 11 or 013 5749428/9363 from 08:00 to 16:00 during the week Monday to Friday.

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NOTE: The Institute for Economic Justice and #PayTheGrants campaign have launched an application in the Pretoria High Court against what they say are exclusionary regulations for the R350 grant. Archive photo: Masego Mafata

  • The Institute for Economic Justice and #PayTheGrants campaign have launched an application in the Pretoria High Court.
  • The application challenges regulations for the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant which, they say, exclude eligible recipients.
  • The applicants want the court to make a declaratory order that the “income” threshold should only include money received from employment, business activities or investments.
  • The Institute of Economic Justice believes that the SRD grant can pave the way towards a Basic Income Grant.

“We are not supposed to be starving,” said Elizabeth Ruiters, deputy chairperson of activist organisation #PayTheGrants.

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