SASSA child grant balance check online

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SASSA child grant balance check online

SASSA child grant balance check online

Follow the steps below to check your phone to see how much money you have in your SASSA account:

Use your phone to dial *120*3210#
Follow the directions.If the above USSD code and balance check don’t work, try the following:

Using your phone

 

dial *120*69277#
Go through each step.
Then you should get a text message.

 

Use WhatsApp on your cell phone to check your SASSA balance.

You can use WhatsApp on your cell phone to check the status of your SASSA:

Send the word “Sassa” to 082 046 8553, which is the number for the Sassa WhatsApp app.
Just send back the word “Status.”
If you have a reference number, say “Yes.”
Send back the phone number you used when you applied for the grant.
Give your reference number when you answer.

How to Find Out Your Sassa Balance

On the official SASSA website, at https://www.sassa.gov.za, grant applicants can also check the status of their SRD grant applications.

Applicants can also use the online dashboard link at https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status to see where their SRD grant application is at the moment.
SASSA is a part of the Department of Social Development Agency. Section 3 of the Social Assistance Act says that SASSA is in charge of managing social assistance. This is mostly done by giving benefits and grant money to people who get grants. Follow them on Twitter at @OfficialSASSA to get the latest news and updates from the organization directly.
SASSA gives South Africans a variety of social grants, such as help for people who need care and for children, as well as help for people with disabilities and war veterans.

The department just recently set up the special Covid-19 R350 Social Relief of Distress Grant, which is also known as the SRD R350 grant. This is a grant of R350 per month for 6 months that will be given to people who are unemployed and don’t get any income, UIF payments, or social grants. On the SASSA website, https://srd.sassa.gov.za, you can find out more about the Covid SRD R350 grant, such as how to apply and who is eligible.

 

All R350 Grant Applications and payments for social grants will be handled by SASSA.

What if my request for a grant payment was turned down?

When they check their status, some people find that their grant payment is being turned down with the message “Registered at SARS for PAYE” or “Receiving a source of income.” It is important to note that, according to SASSA rules, the applicant must be unemployed in order to get the grant (and not have any source of income). Also, they don’t get any grants from UIF or any other sources.

But starting in July 2021, this won’t apply to people who get a child support grant. SASSA says that when an application is turned down, it’s usually because the applicant has a monthly income of more than R595, minus any child grant.

You can make an appeal on the SRD website if your SRD application is turned down. As stated, if an application is turned down, the client can submit a service request for reconsideration through the website. This can be done by clicking on the tab that says “application for reconsideration.”

Below are details about your R350 grant and any payments that are still due. Check to see if you qualify for the grant at this time.

In the last round of applications, SASSA told people to send questions and appeals to covid19srdappeals@sassa.gov.za.

Update on the SASSA R350 grant application
Lindiwe Zulu, South Africa’s Minister of Social Development, said in a statement that nine million South Africans have applied for the SASSA Covid SRD R350 grant. There have been reports of long lines at the pay points where the R350 is being paid (due to the millions of applications) The minister suggests that people give their bank account information if they can, so that the R350 can be paid directly into their accounts. Cash payments can be made faster if you give your bank information as a payment method. Most people who got grants have used the money to buy food.

From September 22, you can also get your R350 social relief grant at Pick n Pay and Boxer stores in South Africa, in addition to the Post Office. You must have gotten the SMS message that your grant is ready. Make sure to bring your cell phone and a photo ID with you to the store when you go to pick up. This means that people who don’t have bank accounts will be able to get cash. Bank Mobile Money Transfers are another way to get paid.

Remember that you shouldn’t go there until you’ve gotten an SMS telling you that your grant is ready.

Use the link below to find out when the next R350 SRD payment is due.

 

SASSA Contact Details

Twitter: @OfficialSASSA 
Facebook: @SASSANewsZA

Government COVID-19 response support
SASSA Offices Toll Free Contact Number: 0800 60 10 11
Email: GrantEnquiries@sassa.gov.za

 

 

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  1. Botshelo says:

    My died so the card she was collecting my sassa child grant is declining & i need it to buy new uniform next year😭

  2. Cynthia Ndlovu says:

    I want to change my banking details for social grant how do I do it from my phone?

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