The Social Relief Distress(SRD) funds which are being provided by the South African government with the help of the South African Social Security Agency(SASSA), are funding well over 5.8 million underprivileged South Africans with a monthly grant of R350.
Source: South African Social Security Agency
The Covid-19 relief funds are set to be paid to qualifying South Africans until March 2022, having started paying them in August 2021. The grant this time around has added few guidelines to make sure that only qualifying South Africans get them, and today morning the 5th of October 2021 Sassa had an important message for recipients who chose cash send as a payment method of their choice.
The message read "Please note that the clients who have chosen cash send as a payment method have been sent SMS's to update banking details".
Simply meaning they won't be paid through their preferred method of payment and should add another way.
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