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SASSA R350| This is what you need to do if you are unfairly declined

For the past 2 years, unemployed South Africans over the age of 18 and below 59 have been recieving a special Covid-19 grant amounting to R350 per month. When the Covid-19 regulations changed in April, the grant also came back in a new cycle.

The new grant cycle that began in April 2022, came with new rules and regulations, rules that exclude many people from the grant. The grant started making payments last week on the 22 June 2022, majority of people are angry because they were declined.

People are declined for many different reasons, reasons that range from, having alternative income, invalid identity verification, having another source of income and many more.

Here are some of the reasons of rejection below:

The grant was initially introduced back in 2020 May, to help during the Covid-19 pandemic. It is said that it will exist until March 2023.

There have been a lot of people who feel the they are unfairly declined, they feel that they deserve to be beneficiaries for the R350 grant.

Sassa has issued a public statement for people who wish to appeal their statuses and feel that they were unfairly declined.

It say: "Those who were declined for the June 2022 COVID-19 SRD Grant Payment and wish to appeal, kindly do so through the DSD Independent Tribunal Website

The website to appeal is .

The statuses for April and May are still pending, some are paid for the month of June but thousands of people who had been recieving the grant have been declined.


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