Attention all SASSA beneficiaries who have previously received the COVID-19 SRD R350 at the Post Office. Kindly take note that the grant distribution at SA Post Office branches has been discontinued. If you are still eligible for the grant, it is imperative that you explore alternative means to collect your SASSA SRD R350 payment.
Important Update: Changes to SASSA SRD R350 Grant Collection Process.
We strongly recommend all beneficiaries utilize the alternative payment methods provided by SASSA. These methods have been specifically implemented to ensure a seamless and efficient process for receiving your benefits.
Collect SASSA SRD R350
If you are a SASSA beneficiary seeking to receive the R350 grant, there is a convenient option available to you. You can now obtain the grant by requesting a money transfer to your bank account from an ATM. To initiate this process, simply visit the payment details section on the official SASSA website and provide your bank information. Once the payment has been successfully transferred, you will have the flexibility to withdraw the funds using any ATM at your convenience.
Expanded Payment Options for Collecting SASSA SRD R350 Grant
Great news for applicants and beneficiaries with an “approved” status and a payment date for the SASSA SRD R350 grant! SASSA has expanded the payment options, allowing you to collect your grant at various merchants and retail outlets.
You can now collect your SASSA SRD R350 grant at the following locations:
- Pick ‘n Pay
When collecting your grant at these retail outlets, make sure to bring your Identity Document (ID) and the cell phone number you used during the grant application process. You should have received a withdrawal confirmation message on that cell phone number.
These additional options for collecting the SASSA SRD R350 grant provide greater convenience and accessibility for beneficiaries. Make sure to visit one of the mentioned retail outlets to collect your grant and receive the much-needed financial support.
Please note that it is important to follow the required procedures and bring the necessary documentation to ensure a smooth collection process.
Explore Alternative Payment Methods for SASSA SRD R350 Grant
In addition to the retail outlets mentioned earlier, there are other payment methods available for applicants of the SASSA SRD R350 grant. These options provide greater flexibility and convenience for beneficiaries:
Bank Account Transfer: Update your details on the SASSA system to have the grant funds paid directly into your personal bank account. This method is considered the safest and most convenient way to receive the grant. Visit the payment details section on the official SASSA website and enter your bank details to initiate the transfer.
ATM Withdrawal: Once the grant payment is transferred to your bank account, you can access the funds by using an ATM. Simply visit an ATM and request a transfer of the money from your bank account to withdraw it in cash.
These alternative payment methods offer beneficiaries more control over their funds and eliminate the need to visit retail outlets for collection. Updating your details for bank account transfer or utilizing ATM withdrawals ensures a secure and accessible way to receive the SASSA SRD R350 grant.
Remember to follow the provided instructions on the SASSA website and provide accurate and up-to-date information to facilitate the smooth processing and delivery of your grant payment.
Important Updates for SASSA SRD R350 Grant Applicants
Please note that the Post Office is no longer distributing the R350 grant, so beneficiaries should not visit their branches. Instead, use the designated retail merchants for collection.
To check your application status, visit the SRD website at https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status. Fill in your ID and cell phone numbers, then click submit. You can also find detailed information on the process and the meaning of each status by clicking here.
Another option is to utilize the SASSA WhatsApp line (082 046 8553) for applying for the SRD R350 grant, retrieving your one-time pin for form access, and checking your application status.
Regarding payment timelines, please be aware that most people who reapplied for the special SASSA SRD R350 grant in April are yet to receive their payment. SASSA has stated that payments will commence in mid-June.
For any inquiries or further information, contact the SASSA toll-free helpline at 0800 60 1011 or visit the official SASSA website at www.sassa.gov.za.