What To Do If SRD Grant Has No Payment Date?

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What To Do If SRD Grant Has No Payment Date?

If your application for the Social Relief of Distress award has been accepted but the payment date has not yet been set, you have the following options.

What To Do If You Have No Payment Date For SRD Grant

The Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant recipients who selected cash payments and do not yet have a payment date have been advised to provide their banking details on the Sassa website.

Their payment date might not be provided if the verification of their mobile number fails.

Beneficiaries are required to give their own banking details because grants cannot be paid into someone else’s bank account. This phase makes sure the correct recipient receives grant cash in order to prevent fraud.

Beneficiaries are required to have a registered mobile phone number on which they can receive SMS alerts about cash transfers.

Sassa will not make a grant payment to a mobile number that is registered to a different person.



If the recipients chose the cash send payment method, they should get in touch with the bank they chose if they haven’t received their vouchers.

Sassa suggested the beneficiary to get in touch with the bank they are registered with, and the bank will resend the message if it was accidentally deleted along with the voucher.

Contact numbers for the bank for cash send inquiries are as follows:

  • ABSA- 0 800 000 122
  • TYME BANK- 0860 999 119
  • NEDBANK- 0 800 555 111
  • FNB- 0875 759 405
  • Standard Bank- 0860 466 639
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Grant payments can be collected from the following locations by R350 grant recipients:

  • Personal bank accounts
  • Pick n Pay
  • Boxer Stores
  • Checkers
  • Shoprite
  • Usave
  • Selected OK Foods Supermarkets.

Beneficiaries are told that the grant will remain in their accounts until they need it, so they do not need to collect it on the date when it is available.

Between the ages of 18 and 60, no South African citizen, refugee, asylum seeker, or holder of a special permit receives a UIF payment due to insufficient means, no social handouts are supplied on their behalf, or no one receives a UIF payment on their behalf. Also, they do not contribute to or are ineligible for the UIF payment.




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