As we approach the end of the month it is largely known that the minority of the population in South Africa, those who are employed will be smiling all the way to bank leaving the unemployed with severe chest pains. No need to worry even if you are unemployed as the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) on Wednesday comes barring some goods news.
Most of the unemployed would that their payments for the month of September were still being verified with their status still registered as "pending". On Wednesday SASSA has since went to save the day when most of those who were still on pending their payments are now "approved".
To add to the good news above the agency has not only went to approve payments from the month of September but they would also go to process the payments. Most of those who were fortunate to be approved in a matter of the next days they will be receiving their payments for the month of September.
The Agency recently went to announce that SRD beneficiaries can receive their payments at two of the leading retail stores in the country. At this point in time it is largely known that most people receive their payments through the South African Post Office or via their respective banks.
Source : https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status
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