SASSA has asked recipients of the R350 award to just gather their award installments at chose stores after they have gotten a SMS from SASSA.
The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) presented the Special Covid-19 R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) awards to monetarily help individuals who were jobless and couldn't deal with the necessities of themselves and their families, because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the wake of applying and being endorsed for the R350 award recipients will accept their award installments either through their ledger, the Post Office, through Post Bank/CashSend administrations or through Pick n Pay or Boxer stores.
SASSA has encouraged recipients of the R350 award who gather their award installment at Pick n Pay or Boxer stores to just gather their installments at these stores after they have gotten a SMS affirmation that their award is accessible.
Recipients are additionally needed to take their ID archive and cellphone along when they gather their installments from these stores.
Applications for the second round of R350 SRD award are as yet open and will shut in March 2022.
Consistently SASSA will verify whether the individuals who have been endorsed for the R350 award are getting some other type of pay over the measure of R595. This is SASSA's method of checking whether you still meet all requirements for the award or on the other hand on the off chance that your conditions have changed and you're currently getting assets from somewhere else.
Notwithstanding, recipients don't need to present a SRD award application consistently.
Due to high level of attendees that post office workers experience almost everyday they have come up with a way of reducing the attendances by making sure that people must only come to post office only when they have received an SMS from SASSA, that confirms that their Grant have been loaded.
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