Now, SASSA has stated that those "whose unclaimed funds from the first round of the grant have been to be forfeited on 31 November 2021, can nevertheless collect their unclaimed funds".
THE South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) introduced on Tuesday, October 19, that a success candidates who have been authorised for the duration of the first cycle of SRD grant payments can now access their unclaimed money.
SASSA stated that those successful applicants can accumulate their money from the Post Office and collection need to be made earlier than 30 November 2021. SASSA has warned that any money now no longer gathered by the closing date will be forfeited.
Chief Executive Officer of SASSA Busisiwe Memela-Khambula has welcomed the declaration through Minister of Social Development, Lindiwe Zulu.
Memela-Khambula stated, “we additionally renowned that this special grant is going a long way in helping the most vulnerable in our society. Therefore we urge all accepted clients who've unclaimed funds from the previous cycle to gather them as quickly as possible”.
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