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SASSA: you can now collect your R350 SRD Grant from Pick n pay or Boxer.

DURBAN - RECIPIENTS of the R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) award would now be able to gather their monies from Pick n Pay or Boxer stores from Wednesday (September 22). 

SA Post Office representative in KwaZulu-Natal, Nobuhle Njapha, said that main award beneficiaries who have gotten a SMS from the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) affirming their assortment payout point as either Pick n Pay or Boxer can utilize the new assortments focuses. 

Omnichannel, Pick n Pay retail chief, John Bradshaw, said Pick n Pay and Boxer were pleased to help award recipients access their assets all the more helpfully and securely, guaranteeing that they got truly necessary alleviation more rapidly than previously. 

"The framework will likewise diminish strain on mailing stations," he said. 

Bit by bit interaction to gathering the SRD award from Pick n Pay or Boxer: 

1. The award candidate gets a SMS from Sassa affirming their effective application. 

2. An award recipient will get a SMS message from Sassa affirming the assortment point and informing the day with respect to assortment. 

3. Recipient should take their ID and actual cellphone (the number enlisted at Sassa) along to the store when gathering their award. 

4. Enter ID number and the enlisted Sassa cellphone number at the till highlight affirm that the assets are accessible for assortment. 

5. Recipient promptly gets a USSD message, which they should endorse on their cellphone before the money is given over. 

Recipients won't ever be approached to enter individual data on their cellphones or to tap on a connection. 

Pick n Pay and Boxer don't deal with the application and endorsement of award reserves, or when and where assortments can be made. This interaction is run altogether by Postbank. 

Pick n Pay assortment focuses reject BP Pick n Pay Express, Pick n Pay Clothing and Pick n Pay Liquor stores. 

During the past installment time of SRD awards, around 5,000,000 South Africans got the award every month.

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