As the cash situation in banks improves, Sassa has requested all those beneficiaries who selected the ‘cash send’ options as their payment method to switch to using personal bank accounts as that is the fastest means to get their money. Meanwhile, Some grant applicants were advised by Sassa not to choose the EFT payment method because their customer care unit in Mpumalanga was unable to process EFT payments.

According to Sassa, the suggestion should be severe as a caution to beneficiaries to choose a suitable method of payment to avoid any inconvenience and prevent delays in grant payments.

To change your Sassa SRD R350 grant banking details, follow the steps below;

1: Log on to the website,
2: Scroll down to the ‘How do I change my banking details’ part,
3: Submit your ID Number,
4: An SMS with a secure link, specific to you, will be sent to you on the cellphone number used for the application,
5: Click on the link in the SMS and follow the instructions given.

All Sassa grants applicants can be applied at Sassa offices except for R350 grant which can only be done online by visiting the website.

Meanwhile, it takes 7 to 10 business working days excluding holidays. According to reports, it takes at most 10 days for it to reflect on the dashboard due to the high volumes being worked on.

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