The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has approached all R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) award recipients to gather their cash before the forthcoming cutoff time.
SASSA declared recently that SRD award recipients will have up until Tuesday, 30 November 2021 to gather their unclaimed awards from the main pattern of award installments. These awards should be gathered from the Post Office.
They said, 'Endorsed candidates of the uncommon COVID-19 SRD Grant, whose unclaimed assets from the first round of the award were to be relinquished on 31 August 2021, can in any case gather their unclaimed assets at the Post Office'.
SASSA CEO Busisiwe Memela-Khambula recognized that the SRD award helps the most powerless in our general public. She along these lines adulated Minister of Social Development Lindiwe Zulu for taking the choice to permit award beneficiaries to gather their unclaimed awards.
The SRD award was presented in May 2020 determined to help jobless people during the Covid-19 lockdowns. The award was once again introduced in August 2021 and is relied upon to end in March 2022.
Associations have required the expansion of the SRD award and for the worth of the award to be expanded to the destitution line.
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