It can be upsetting to learn that you were not selected for the only social support award accessible to unemployed people. However, those who have been turned down have the option of filing an appeal, which can lead to them receiving the social support system.
Unemployed people in South Africa between the ages of 18 and 59 can apply for the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant, often known as the R350 grant, which is a crucial aid program.
By sending a request to the South African Social Security Administration, you can apply for the R350 stipend (Sassa). We’ll think about your application and let you know what we think.
You have the right to file an appeal if Sassa rejects your request for an R350 grant and you don’t agree with their judgment. To the Independent Tribunal for Social Assistance Appeals, all appeals must be made (ITSAA).
How to Submit Your April 2023 R350 Grant Appeal
- Step 1: Go to the ITSAA website
- Step 2: Type in your identification number
- Step 3: Input The Mobile Phone Number That You Used During The Application Procedure
- Step 4: Choose Send “Pin
- Step 5: You must insert the pin after receiving it and click “Submit.”
- Step 6: Decide which month you are appealing for
- Step 7: Use the drop-down arrow to select the justification for your appeal application from the list of alternatives
- Step 8: To finish the appeal application procedure, click “Submit”
In each case when a candidate is turned down by Sassa, the applicant must file an appeal application if they disagree with the outcome.
You will hear from the ITSAA within 60 to 90 days of submitting your appeal.
The ITSAA’s ruling is the ultimate word. Nonetheless, you can ask the High Court for judicial review if you’re not happy with the outcome. This has to be completed within days.