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Important Update From Sassa To These 350 SRD Applicants

Those who requested that their rejected Covid-19 R350 social assistance hardship award applications be evaluated by the SA Social Security Agency could expect a delay in the process, according to the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa). On Wednesday, the agency said that the R350 grant reconsideration application had been postponed. The agency offered no explanation for the delay but indicated that it was working to resolve the issue.

"Clients who asked for reconsideration have been informed of the delay in processing their requests. Sassa is now working to correct this "According to the firm. Sassa announced the reconsideration option earlier this month after numerous social media people argued that their application had been canceled for no apparent reason. According to Sassa, applicants who have been denied for whatever reason and have no income for the following month can ask for reconsideration. Those who are experiencing trouble submitting the application can get help by calling 0800 601 011. "If a client's application is refused, he or she has the right to request reconsideration within 30 days of learning the reason for the denial.

Clients must file a reconsideration request for each month their application is refused "Sassa elaborated. According to Sassa, the reasons for nonpayment differ from one application to the next. "Some provided erroneous bank details/contact numbers if they choose the cash transfer option." Others' bank information is continuously changing, causing their payments to be delayed. "You may track your approved payments by sending us a direct message with your ID number," stated Sassa.

Sassa deals with a lot of people and applications on a daily basis so this delay was to be expected, people can only hope their system gets improved to give grant recipients better services. Please let us know what you think about this delay in the comment section below, do not forget to like and share.

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