South Africa: Sassa On Special SRD R350 Payment and Reconsideration Process for Declined Applicants

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Update on Special SRD R350 payment and reconsideration process for declined applicants

South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) in Mpumalanga is urging those applicants who have been declined not to be discouraged because the Agency is implementing a recourse and reconsideration process for declined applicants. A dedicated email address has been set-up with dedicated staff to respond to these mails: covid19srdappeals@sassa.gov.za.

Special Social Relief of Distress Grant (SRD) for Covid 19 of R350 as from June to 03 July in Mpumalanga had successfully paid 256, 660 with a total amount of R89, 841, 500. 00 and applications 324, 765 approved still to be paid.

SRD special Covid 19 is targeting unemployed and applicants are verified through UIF, GEPF, NASFAS, COIDA, Department of Home Affairs and SARS to ascertain the status of no income or no assistance from government. If found otherwise the application is not approved. The grant will run until October 2020 and applications are still received

When Applicants need clarity they must utilise SASSA official communication platforms to avoid scams that are circulating on social media and to get accurate information.

For more information contact our Customer Care Unit on toll free number: 0800 60 10 11 (013) 754 - 9439/9428/9454 from 08:00 - 16:00 during week days Monday - Friday.

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