SASSA R350 Grant
If you are among those who have applied for the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant and are yet to receive any feedback in relation to the progress of your srd grant application, chances are, there is a valid reason for this. Here is why you are experiencing this delay, according to the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa).
Have you endured lengthy delays when it comes to receiving your Sassa R350 grant payment or any response on the progress of your related application this recent month?
According to the South African Social Security (Sassa), this is due to the fact that April and May sassa application for r350 and payments are behind schedule.
Sassa also acknowledged the backlog of May and April sassa r350 grant applications and stated that they will deal with it through a project, but they added that they were still working on those applications.
Thus, If you find that your payment has been delayed because Sassa needs to verify your bank information, this means that Sassa is currently doing so. Sassa also clarified that it’s possible that the submitted information may be inaccurate. So if your bank account has been changed without informing Sassa, this also causes a delay in the payment process, which is another issue.
Additionally, a breakdown in communication between you and the Sassa could be the cause of the delay problems. As a result, if you find that you have been waiting a while, see if Sassa has made an attempt to contact you. They will call R350 grant recipients to obtain accurate information.
You can also call the Sassa call centre or update your bank information on the Sassa Srd website if you need assistance with your delayed grant payment.
Furthermore, a lack of payment information submitted may be the possible cause of your appeal payment being delayed after it has been approved. You should then visit the SRD website and adjust the payment method and payment information.