The most recent Sassa grant payment dates have been announced, and August is almost over. Beneficiaries of Sassa funds must be aware of the location and timing of payments.
During the COVID-19 epidemic, the Social Relief of Distress Grant was first implemented. For the millions of South Africans who are vulnerable and rely on social grants for survival, it has turned into a lifeline. It is the most well-known social gift as a result.
If a South African citizen, permanent resident, asylum seeker, or special permit holder has no other source of income, they may be eligible for the R350 SRD Grant. The SRD grant’s success has given those in favor of South Africa’s implementation of a Basic Income Grant hope.
Payment Dates for Sassa
According to the Social Assistance Act, these Sassa funds must be distributed by the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa). They are governed by South Africa’s National Department of Social Development.
You can check our website each month for information on the specific pay dates for the awards since they will fluctuate from month to month. As more Sassa recipients opt to receive their payments through bank accounts, payment dates are becoming simpler.
Giving Sassa your banking information still seems like the best course of action, despite the fact that you may obtain Sassa grants from numerous supermarkets and other retailers. You can provide Sassa with the information for a bank account at a financial institution that charges reasonable transaction fees.
You will then just receive money in your bank account on the payment date.
Schedule For Sassa Grant Payments In September 2023
It’s crucial to adhere to Sassa’s award payment timetable. Following are the dates on which beneficiaries can anticipate receiving their Sassa grant payments:
Grant for Seniors: September 5,
Grant for Disabilities: September 6,
Grant for children: September 7,
Dates for Payment of the COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress Grant
The Sassa Social Relief of Distress Grant (SRD) grant does not have a defined payment date because it is a transitory grant, according to Sassa.
When SRD grant recipients do not see their payment dates on the website, Sassa advises them to be patient because this indicates that the payment has not yet been completed but will do so shortly. On trustworthy portals like Skills Portal and Careers Portal, however, the pay date information will be disclosed.
It’s important to keep in mind that the R350 SRD Grant has no set payment date, however, Sassa has said that payments are made after the 25th of each month.
What the September 2023 Sassa grant amounts will be
Grant for Older People: R2 080
Senior Citizens (75 years of age and older): R2 100
R2 080 is the disability grant
Grant of R2 100 for war veterans
500 Rands in child support grant
Grant for Child Support: R500 plus R250
Grant for Dependency on Care: R2 080
Grant of R1 120 for Foster Care
Grant-In-Aid: 500 Rand
an R350 grant for social relief of distress.
The Best Way To Get Your Sassa Grant
Beneficiaries of Sassa’s permanent social grants typically need access to a bank account in order to receive grant payments. This typically takes the form of opening a standard bank account or utilizing a Sassa Gold card, which can be used at most retail locations like Pick & Pay, Shoprite, Boxer stores, Usave stores, and Checkers.
Where to pick up the R350 Grant
Beneficiaries of the R350 Grant may elect to have their grants deposited straight into their bank accounts. This enables them to receive the funds as soon as they become available.
Additionally, SRD grant recipients have access to their grant funds through the CashSend payment method and retail locations like Pick ‘n Pay, Checkers, Shoprite, and Boxer shops.