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SASSA Status Check Failed: What Does “Fail” Mean?

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SASSA Status Check Failed: What to do when you try to check your SASSA status and says “Failed”? If you’ve applied for the R350 SRD grant and now your SASSA Status Check says “failed”, this means that you’ve probably provided invalid details that are not on the SASSA system or registered on the system.

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What Does “Failed” Mean On SASSA Status Check?

If you check your SASSA application status and it says “Failed”, this means that you’ve probably provided invalid details that are not on the SASSA system or registered on the system. Also, it can also mean that SASSA has not yet received your initial application.

If you keep seeing SASSA Status Check Failed, perhaps you can try to re-apply for the grant via the SASSA website at srd.sassa.gov.za.

Alternatively, you can phone the SASSA toll-free helpline at 0800 601 011 to query.

How To Apply For SASSA R350 Grant

  • Step 1: Go to SASSA website at https://srd.sassa.gov.za
  • Step 2: Scroll down until “How do I apply for this SRD Grant”
  • Step 3: Click on “Click here to apply online”
  • Step 4: You will then be redirected to https //srd.sassa.gov.za /sc19/application link
  • Step 5: Enter your mobile phone number and click “Send SMS”
  • Step 6: Follow the prompts to complete your SASSA R350 Application process

Alternatively, you can apply for R350 grant via WhatsApp. Save the SRD SASSA Grant WhatsApp number 082 046 8553 on your phone. Send a WhatsApp message to this number. Include important information such as your name, surname and ID number. You will then receive a message explaining the next steps for the R350 grant application process.

You can also dial *134*7737# to apply for the SASSA R350 grant or send an email to [email protected], which automatically sends back a form to fill in.

You only have to apply once via this web site or the above WhatsApp number and not many times on every channel. SASSA will only process one application received from each applicant.

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