sassa a 2023-2024
sassa a 2023-2024
The Social Relief of Distress Grant (SRD Grant) is governed by Section 32 of the Social Assistance Act of 2004 (Act No. 13 of 2004), and it is given with the Minister of Finance’s consent.
The Social Relief of Distress Grant (SRD Grant) is provided for South African citizens, refugees, asylum seekers, and Special Permit Holders between the ages of 18 and 60 who have insufficient resources, are not contributing to or eligible for UIF payment, and have no other source of assistance.
For SASSA to review an application, applicants or their representatives must confirm or provide the following information.
Verification that they have read and agree to the terms of the Declaration and Consent Documents
Number of personal information (cell phone number)
Information on Sustainable Employment and Lifestyle
It is crucial to note
Please be aware that no documents will need to be supplied and that all information will be provided electronically. Please give SASSA with a mobile number so we may contact you and update you on the status of your application. You can also monitor the status of your application on this page. If your application is turned down, you will have one month to file an appeal with the Department of Social Development in order to challenge the SASSA’s decision. You will be provided advice on how to submit an appeal when you learn that your application has been rejected. The initial judgment will be upheld if no appeal is submitted for each month the application is rejected.
Adjust the grant application you submitted.
All active SRD R350 grant applications and reapplications have been automatically assessed starting in April 2022 and continuing through March 2023. Existing candidates may edit their screening questionnaire responses here at any time to update information that is inaccurate or if their circumstances change.
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