SASSA R350 Grant Payment Dates For January 2022

SASSA R350 Grant Payment Dates For January 2022

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SASSA R350 Grant Payment Dates For January 2022 have been announced by the South African Post Office (SAPO). To date, South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has received over 14 million applications for special COVID-19 SRD Grant, with over 10 million being approved. Over four million SASSA SRD grant applications were declined due to various reasons. However, applicants are reminded that they have the right to lodge an appeal for reconsideration within 30 days of receiving the outcome of their SASSA SRD R350 application.

SASSA R350 Grant Appeals can be lodged on https://srd.sassa.gov.za under the tab: “application for reconsideration” and must be lodged for each month that the application is declined.

SAPO has released the SASSA R350 Grant Payment Dates For January 2022. The SASSA SRD payments will be made from 10 January 2022.

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SASSA R350 Grant Payment Dates For January 2022

The last three digits of the beneficiaries’ identity numbers indicate the day on which they can visit their nearest Post Office to collect their R350 SRD grant, provided they have received an SMS informing them that the grant has been paid in.

Here are the SASSA SRD payment dates for January 2022:

  • 10 January – 080 & 085
  • 11 January – 081 & 086
  • 12 January – 082 & 087
  • 13 January – 083 & 088
  • 14 January – 084 & 089
  • 17 January – 080 & 085
  • 18 January – 081 & 086
  • 19 January – 082 & 087
  • 20 January – 083 & 088
  • 21 January – 084 & 089
  • 21 January – 084 & 089
  • 24 January – 080 & 085
  • 25 January – 081 & 086
  • 26 January – 082 & 087
  • 27 January – 083 & 088
  • 28 January – 084 & 089
  • 31 January – 080 & 085

SASSA said “The first week of January 2022 is reserved for the payment of grants to the elderly, child grants and disability grants. The rest of the month is dedicated to the payment of SRD grants.”

“Clients are reminded that there is no fixed payment date for this special grant. Payment is made each month, provided the client qualifies for that month.” – Acting SASSA CEO, Dianne Dunkerley, said

SASSA said applicants who have chosen the Post Office as their preferred payment method are urged to please await an SMS notification of payment from SASSA before reporting to collect their grants at their nearest Post Office.

Meanwhile, clients who receive their grant through their personal bank account may withdraw anytime at ATMs, participating merchants or simply swipe for goods.

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