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    SASSA Status Check SRD R350 Payment Dates

    SASSA status check for R350 payment dates are announced each month. See the list of R350 payment dates and how to collect R350 SRD payment.

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    SASSA Status Check SRD R350 Payment Dates

    Everything you need to know about the SASSA status check for the SRD grant, including the payments dates when it can be collected. The R350 Social Relief Grant Payment schedule is announced each month by the South African Social Security Agency – SASSA. This is the organisation that has been put in charge of distributing and providing government assistance for the special Covid-19 Social Relief benefit. They are also responsible for disability grant recipients and child support grant beneficiaries.

    SASSA Status Check

    There are a number methods of you can check and receive your R350 social grant payment. See how to check SASSA status with Moya App. You can also use your cellphone to check your sassa status via SMS or WhatsApp.

    Payment via Bank Account

    Receiving payments via your bank account is probably the most convenient payment method and fastest way to receive the grant, it also means you can avoid queuing in person at the Post Office.  The amounts for each month will be paid into the bank account of the beneficiary as per the grant application. Please note that the bank details or cellular phone number provided for payment MUST be registered in the name of the approved applicant used in the Covid-19 R350 grant application process to make sure that payment goes to the correct recipients.

    Payment Collection

    If you don’t have any banking details, individuals can collect your grant cash from the Post Office branches (SAPO/Post Bank), Pick-N-Pay or Boxer stores. Or alternatively a Bank Mobile Money Transfer (cash send option). You will only be able to collect the grant money once you have received a notification SMS confirmation to say there has been confirmation of payment. Use the below table to see the SRD Grant Payment Dates for this week.

    What is my SASSA Status is Pending?

    Unfortunately, for a lot of people, when they check sassa status online it is only showing as “pending” and they are unable to receive the R350. The official SASSA recently released the below message on 1st June 2022:

    Payments for the new cycle of the special COVID-19 SRD grant (from April 2022) will be paid as from mid-June 2022.

    SASSA will continue clearing outstanding payments from the previous cycle as and when the bank details are confirmed. The payments will not be done together, but will be done month by month. More than one payment may be made in a month, but no one will receive double payments in amount. SASSA will do these multiple payments in a month until the backlog is finalized, where after monthly payments will resume.

    R350 grant payment dates for June 2022:

    R350 Grant Payment Dates for June 2022 ID Numbers

    Wednesday, 1st June 20222 082 & 087

    Thursday, 2nd June 20222 NO PAYMENT

    Friday, 3rd June 20222 NO PAYMENT

    Monday, 6th June 2022 NO PAYMENT

    Tuesday, 7th June 20222 NO PAYMENT

    Wednesday, 8th June 20222 083 & 088

    Thursday, 9th June 20222 084 & 089

    Friday, 10th June 20222 080 & 085

    Monday, 13th June 20222 081 & 086

    Tuesday, 14th June 20222 082 & 087

    Wednesday, 15th June 20222 083 & 088

    Thursday, 16th June 20222 NO PAYMENT

    Friday, 17th June 20222 084 & 089

    Monday, 20th June 20222 080 & 085

    Tuesday, 21st June 20222 081 & 086

    Wednesday, 22nd June 20222 082 & 087

    Thursday, 23rd June 20222 083 & 088

    Friday, 24th June 20222 084 & 089

    Monday, 27th June 20222 080 & 085

    Tuesday, 28th June 20222 081 & 086

    Wednesday, 29th June 20222 082 & 087

    Thursday, 30th June 20222 083 & 088

    We will update with the July 2022 payment dates as soon as they’ve been published.

    After SASSA Status Check, What is the R350 Reconsideration Process?

    The reconsideration process is where they double-check the personal details and income status to make sure they are vulnerable individuals. There has recently been announcements of delays in the processing of reconsideration requests due to the longer time periods in communicating with the banks and financial institutions. Remember, in order to receive the covid-19 grant you must not be receiving any other government covid-19 response support.

    How do I have my R350 Grant reconsidered?

    If you see your Covid-19 SRD R350 grant application status as ‘Reapplication Pending’ then you should follow the below steps to dispute your R350 grant status:

    Go to the SRD portal: https://srd.sassa.gov.za

    Click on the ‘Application for Reconsideration’ tab

    Then select ‘Click here to apply for reconsideration’

    Provide your ID number and cellphone number

    Complete the rest of the steps for reconsideration of your payment

    When does the SASSA R350 Grant End?

    President Cyril Ramaphosa has stated that the Covid-19 R350 government grant and payment of grants will be extended for the next 12 months till March 2023. This was announced during the State of the Nation Address (SONA) in Cape Town on February 10. It is hoped the Relief of Distress Grant will continue to help those people that need it most in South Africa. The grant should be seen as a temporary grant and an opportunity to help those find new career options.

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    Sassa Status Check

    Check your Sassa SRD R350 application status online now, you can also easily change your banking details, and make new applications in South Africa.



    If you applied for the srd grant, please check your application her


    Click here to start a re-application using the SASSA website


    Click here to start you new application using the SASSA website


    Change or add new banking details


    Find information about why your application is declined and what can you do about it.


    Oct 12. 2021

    No new date or processing for SASSA ?

    Please note new applications will only be processed after the amendment of the regulations, this will now be social assistance instead of Disaster management.

    Oct 12. 2021

    SRD Extended by president Cyril Ramaphosa

    President Cyril Ramaphosa announced in his Sona that the Covid grant would be extended to the end of March 2023,When economists today say that we must end grants for the unemployed in the name of economic growth, we must ask who this is benefiting and at what cost?

    What information is needed ?

    Applicants will have to sign a declaration and consent to their information being validated and shared with other organisations and financial institutions such as SARS and banks.


    ID Card

    Name & Surname

    Phone number

    What is the qualifying criteria?

    A South African Citizen, Permanent Resident or Refugee registered on the Home Affairs database and persons who are holders of special permits under the Special Angolan Dispensation, the Lesotho Exemption Permit dispensation and the Zimbabwe Exemption Permit Dispensation, and asylum seekers whose section 22 permits or visas are valid or were valid on 15 March 2020;

    Currently residing within the borders of the Republic of South Africa;

    Above the age of 18 and below the age of 60;


    Not receiving any social grant in respect of himself or herself;

    Not receiving an unemployment insurance benefit and does not qualify to receive an unemployment insurance benefit;

    Not receiving a stipend from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme and other financial aid;

    Not receiving any other government COVID-19 response support;

    Why it is important to re-apply? 

    People’s circumstances may have changed over time;

    In order to confirm clients’ personal details, assess their income and financial status;

    Applicants need to accept the declaration and consent, which has been strengthened to comply with the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) which came to effect on 21 July 2021;

    In order to access or to have the application reconsidered for the Social Relief of Distress Grant, an applicant must grant consent for SASSA to verify his or her identity, residency, income or social security benefits with any other institution deemed necessary by SASSA.

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