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“R350 Grants Will No Longer Be Paid” Ramaphosa Guns Out

R350 SASSA recipients from the first round of awards are reminded to gather their unclaimed installments. In case it isn't gathered by the remove date, the assets will fall away. 

The South African Social Security Agency has declared that recipients who have unclaimed R350 awards from the first round of awards are urged to gather their installments. 

Already, the office declared that these recipients would have until the 31st of August to gather their assets, in any case, many didn't comply with the time constraint. 

In this manner, they have stretched out the removed date to 30 November 2021. 

Assets that are not gathered by the removed date will be relinquished to the State which will be utilized to support other government needs. 

Recipients might gather their assets from their neighborhood Post Office. They are reminded to take their Identity Document (ID) with them when gathering the unclaimed installments. 

The organization inclinations recipients to gather their installments since it would be a disgrace for them to miss out on reserves that might have assisted them with accommodating their families. 

Busisiwe Memela-Khambula, SASSA's CEO, expressed that "It's an early Christmas for the primary cycle's supported recipients who couldn't guarantee their advantages at the Post Office. We invite this choice which was achieved by the visionary authority of Minister Lindiwe Zulu."

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