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“November Is The End Of Sassa Grant” Ramaphosa Drops Massive Bombshell For South Africans

The public authority has cautioned SASSA SRD award recipients to gather their unclaimed installments before 30 November. 

The state has begged SASSA SRD award recipients to gather their unclaimed installments, and a cutoff time of 30 November has along these lines been set. 

While The South African announced November's installments dates, a huge number of local people are yet to gather their cases from the principal cycle. The state organization has cautioned that unclaimed installments will be strengthened. 

"@OfficialSASSA Beneficiaries have until 30 November 2021 to gather their unclaimed extraordinary #Covid19 SRD Grants from the primary cycle," the declaration said. 

"Installments not removed before the month's over will be relinquished to the state." 


SASSA as of late carried out the current month's SRD awards subsequent to choosing to expand the program until March 2022. 

The more established people were the principal gathering to be paid on 3 November, trailed by recompenses to the debilitated on 4 November. Kids' awards remittance started on Friday 5 November followed by the R350 recipients. 


The public authority has as of late said existing monetary help recipients need to make new applications for the month to month reserves. The public organization disclosed it needs to make new confirmation reports on its framework to keep paying people. 

"The choice depends on illustrations learned. There are things that didn't work in the past that made the interaction disappointing for our kin," SASSA Chief Executive Officer Busisiwe Memela-Khambula said. 

"We presented the new installment framework yet expected to find ways of further developing it to make it more successful. 

"We need individuals to realize that they would now be able to give their financial balances forthright yet individuals can in any case decide to keep getting compensated through the Post Office. 

In the interim, the Eastern Cape's police units have caught four three men and an individual for a supposed R2 million SASSA misrepresentation case. The supposed wrongdoing purportedly occurred in KwaNobuhle, Kariega (once in the past known as Uitenhage). 

As per the report, the four speculates united with a SASSA project director before the supposed wrongdoing was executed.

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