SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check

SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check 2022 April

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SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check 2022 April South Africa guide. How to check your SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check in South Africa? If you have applied for the SASSA SRD Grant, you can now check your SASSA Status online. The SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check Link is live and can be accessed by visiting https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status.

SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check

Here’s a simple way to check your SASSA R350 Grant Application status online via srd.sassa.gov.za

  1. Go to https://srd.sassa.gov.za/
  2. Scroll down to ‘Application status’
  3. Click on ‘Click here to check online
  4. Enter your South African ID Number and the Cellphone Number used for the SRD Application
  5. Click ‘Submit’
  6. You should be able to see SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check

SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check 2022 April

The SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check link https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status is accessible online and is compatible with mobile devices. You can also check SASSA Status on your computer.

If your application was declined for any period and you had zero income in the preceding month, you may submit an application for reconsideration, click here for more information. Keep checking https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status to check your SRD.SASSA.GOV.ZA Status Check Balance Check.

About Social Relief of Distress (SRD)

Social relief of distress is a temporary provision of assistance intended for persons in such dire material need that they are unable to meet their or their families’ most basic needs.

Social Relief of Distress is paid to South African citizens or permanent residents, who have insufficient means and meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • The applicant is awaiting payment of an approved social grant.
  • The applicant has been found medically unfit to undertake remunerative work for a period of less than 6 months.
  • The bread winner is deceased and application is made within three months of the date of death.
  • No maintenance is received from parent, child or spouse obliged in law to pay maintenance, and proof is furnished that efforts made to obtain maintenance have been unsuccessful.
  • The bread winner of that person`s family has been admitted to an institution funded by the state (prison, psychiatric hospital, state home for older persons, treatment centre for substance abuse or child and youth care centre).
  • The applicant has been affected by a disaster as defines in the Disaster Management Act or the Fund Raising Act, 1978.
  • The person is not receiving assistance from any other organization or.
  • Refusal of the application for social relief of distress will cause undue hardships.

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