Sassa Has Made 4 Million R350 Grant Payments

Sassa Has Made 4 Million R350 Grant Payments – Four million R350 grant payments have already been made to recipients by the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) for the month of July. The organization claims that thousands of other people still need to be paid.

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Sassa Has Made 4 Million R350 Grant Payments

Sassa Has Made 4 Million R350 Grant Payments

The Special Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant has advanced, according to a statement from the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa). The program was established to fight poverty and aid those who were most in need in their efforts to recover from the pandemic’s effects.

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About 5 298 817 applications had received approval for the SRD award as of July 19. The organization reports that 4 088 873 of those applicants have received their grant payments, leaving 1 209 944 to still get their funds.

Many people of working age who are not currently earning any money obtain financial support thanks to the SRD grant. Sassa is committed to keeping up the fight against the unemployment scourge because the high youth unemployment rate is a major concern for the organization.

According to statistics, young people make up roughly 60% of SRD grant applications, which is not surprising given that the youth unemployment rate is 63 percent. Approximately 5% of all candidates had tertiary degrees, according to the data.

The Special Covid-19 SRD grant application must be submitted online, not at the agency’s offices, applicants are hereby reminded. Contact the toll-free customer service line at 0800 60 10 11 or email [email protected] with questions about the SRD grant.

Related: Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Payment Issues for the Covid-19 SRD Grant


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