Facebook users have reported that the South African Social Security Agency SASSA has begun to accept or deny R350 applications. The reasons for application rejection range from person to person.
Click here to see whether you've been approved or denied: https://www.srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status-check/
However, because additional limits have been implemented, R350 SRD grant applicants must also remember to update their information on the SASSA site. This will benefit them when they reapply.
So, if your application was rejected and you want to amend your information so that you may reapply, go ahead and go here right now: https://www.srd.sassa.gov.za/update-information/
After your information has been updated, you will be ready to take payments using this method. However, bear in mind that before you can start receiving money, your information must be reviewed and authorized.
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