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Look what Sassa has to say about 12.9 million people who applied for R350 grant

Sassa says 12.9 million individuals have applied for R350 award 

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) says that it had gotten over 12.9 million applications for the R350 Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) award by Wednesday this week. 


This denotes an expansion of utilizations of about 7.9 million from August 6 when the office declared that it had gotten around 5 million applications for the SRD award. 


The office said that of these applications more than 8.3 million of them were endorsed with 39% of the candidates having registered while 25% have no tutoring at all. 


Last week Sassa reported that candidates of the exceptional Covid-19 SRD award could change their strategy for installment for their cash to be paid into a ledger while it said that the financial balance technique was the most advantageous and speediest approach to get the award which would prompt staying away from long lines at the mail center. 


Sassa additionally cautioned award candidates not to succumb to the spreading of bogus data via online media which asked those whose applications for the SRD award around East London and the Eastern Cape to stop an allure with a connected bank explanation with the organization. 


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Rather the office approached individuals whose applications had been declined to stop an allure on the [email protected] site under the tab: "application for reevaluation".


Source https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/sassa-says-129-million-people-have-applied-for-r350-grant-89697df0-2605-4cf0-970d-d9eb65929a65

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