Check Your SASSA R350 Grant Status Online? Are you going to get paid by a grant by Sassa? When will they be paying you? The good news is that the Sassa online status check is live so you can find out the progress of your Sassa Covid-19 SRD grant by looking on the website yourself.
Do you know if your application for social relief of distress grant was successful and when you will be paid? The R350 grant is very important to people who are without an income and suffering because of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Social Security Agency has explained that they had to deal with many millions of applications and this put a strain on their systems. They have also made it possible for those who were rejected to apply again.
Now Sassa has put their records online so you can see if your SRD grant applicants were processed and you can check on the status. Applicants will be very pleased that they can now check the progress of their COVID-19 SRD grant applications.
Before you proceed to check your SASSA R350 Grant Status online, you will need your ID Number and Phone number used to submit the application.
How to Check Your SASSA R350 Grant Status Online
Here are the steps on how to check SASSA R350 Grant Status Online
The first step to checking on your application is to click on or copy and paste this URL in your browser: https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status
Here, you will be able to check the progress on your grant by entering first your ID number and then your cellphone number. If these details are correct you will receive an update on the application.
Through the provision of the Social Relief of Distress (SRD), Sassa has explained that they aim to assist people who face undue hardship and they hope to ensure that many do not go to bed hungry.
It was revealed that over the past five years, SASSA has lost R282 million to fraud and the looting of funds.
Our online status check is live. Click on or copy and paste this URL on your browser https://t.co/kvuCPU6xoY to check progress on your COVID-19 SRD grant. #keepsafe #sassacares @SAgovnews @GovernmentZA @The_DSD @nda_rsa @GCISMedia pic.twitter.com/pVxVSxtc1Z
— SASSA (@OfficialSASSA) May 29, 2020