A post office has been robbed again for the second time in eight months. SA Post Office communications manager Johan Kruger said two men entered the Makhanda post office just before 1pm under the pretext that they were policemen, and asked to speak to the branch manager. They forced her at gunpoint to open the door to the back office and were joined by two other armed men.
By Nhlanhla Maseko More and more changes are continuing to happen involving the SRD grants which were introduced when Covid-19 attacked the whole world leaving many unemployed. The Social Relief Grant of Distress is a grant that was introduced in 2020 when Covid-19 hit Mzansi. The virus turned everything upside down, factories and shops had to be closed and forced many citizens to stay at home being unable to go work so that they can put food on the table.
About 300 post offices in SA, with the exception of the Western Cape, have been vetted to be part of the department’s Central Chronic Medicine Dispensing and Distribution programme, which allows chronic patients to collect their medicines from external pickup points closer to their homes or places of work.
Date: 11 May 2022 The South African Post Office (Sapo) has stated that the R350 social relief of distress (SRD) award will no longer be paid through its branches. Image: IOL According to Sapo spokesperson Johan Kruger, the change will help reduce long lines at the company's branches.
Are you applying for a grant R350 Special COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD)? Not sure if you don't have an unsolicited grant? Applicants can check their names on the list available on the SASSA website www.sassa.gov.za and continue to collect grants at the nearest post office.
Are you intending to submit an application for a grant in the amount of R350 Special COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD)? Not sure if you don't have an unsolicited grant? Applicants can check to see if their names are included on the list that is posted on the SASSA website (www.sassa.gov.za), and they can continue to collect funds at the post office that is closest to them.
The South African Post Office (Sapo) has imparted that the R350 social tough spot (SRD) grant will now not be paid through its branches. As shown by Sapo specialist Johan Kruger, the change will assist with decreasing long queues at the affiliation's branches.
Recipients who only registered for their own merit from their mobile can also get it at Pick n Pay and Boxer small stores. The honor is open only from a Post Office if a comparable cellphone had been used to apply for a genuinely long period of time. Johan Kruger, a South African Post Office agent, said the Post Office has been informed of incidents in which self-selected line marshals demand a result in exchange for a space in lines well outside Postal Service.
Social rights associations have hammered the new guidelines for the R350 SRD award. Photograph: The South African. SASSA R350 award: SA Post Office to quit paying recipients Not any more lengthy lines at South African Post Office branches! SAPO will at this point not be paying the R350 SRD award.
The South African Post Office (SAPO) has announced that it will no longer be paying the R350 social relief grant (SRD) beneficiaries through their branches. The spokesperson of SAPO Mr Johan Kruger said the cancellation of grant payments in their branches will help to reduce the long queues.
Covid19 welfare grantees queue outside an East London post office. Post Office (Sapo) says it is investigating cases where its staff are allegedly charging R50 welfare grant recipients R350 to skip queues. Several recipients accused postal cashiers, who allegedly worked with security guards, of charging them 50 rands for skipping long queues to collect their 350 rand payments.
The South African Post Office has declared that its offices would no longer be able to pay out the R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) award as of January 1, 2019. On Tuesday, May 10th, Johan Kruger, a spokesperson for the Post Office, asked anyone who had applied for or received the award to consider accepting the cash at a different pay point.
Cape Town—Police are looking into a robbery at the Durbanville Post Office that resulted in the theft of R50,000 in cash. Five men allegedly entered the premises on Wednesday and held the staff at gunpoint. They fled in a white Toyota vehicle with the money. There were no shots fired.
As shown in the South African Postal Corporation, SASSA's R350 SRD award would no more be awarded. Recipients of the R350 SRD award were previously advised to look into other cards due to a sudden wave of royal mail branch burglaries. Even by Johan Kruger, a representative for the SA Passport Office, a fresh series submissions for the R350 SRD grant has begun, with candidates now getting the luxury of choosing up their incentive at any Pick & Pay, Boxer, Shoprite, Checkers, or USave store.
The South African Post Office has introduced that it'll now no longer pay out the SASSA R350 SRD supply. Recently, beneficiaries of the R350 SRD supply had been entreated to search for opportunity price strategies given the current spate of robberies at submit Office branches. SA POST OFFICE TO STOP PAYING R35O GRANT
Long queues of South Africans seeking to renew motor vehicle licenses have come to an end with the South African Post Office (Sapo) launching an online renewal program. Instead of waiting in line at the Post Office, people will be able to renew motor vehicle licenses by logging on to the Sapo website on their mobile phones or computers, using this link https://www.sapomvl.co.za and follow the license renewal details.
It's been a long time since the R350 Covid-19 SRD grant was announced. Since April, people have been waiting for nothing. Since the budget speech, the government has made some amendments. People who were already receiving R350 Covid-19 SRD Grant have been told to reapply once the new budget was implemented.
The SA Post Office (Sapo) has declared it will never again pay the R350 social relief of trouble (SRD) grant through its branches. Sapo representative Johan Kruger said the move will assist with easing long lines at its branches. He said a new round of applications for the R350 SRD grant is open and incorporates choices for recipients to pick where to gather their grants.
Crime in Capetown is at an all time high, and the police are battling to bring order to the mother city. Police in Durbanville are investigating a robbery that took place at the Durbanville Post Office in which R50 000 cash was stolen from the safe. Those close to the matter have said, On Wednesday the 9th of February, five men allegedly entered the premises and held the staff at the post office at gun point.
Unathi Nkanjeni detailed The SA Mail center (Sapo) says it is exploring situations where its laborers are purportedly charging R350 social help of trouble award beneficiaries R50 to hop lines. A few beneficiaries blamed mail center clerks, supposedly working chummy with safety officers, of charging them R50 to bounce long lines to gather their R350 installments.