Organization Name : SASSA South African Social Security Agency
Facility Name : 350 COVID-19 SRD Grant Appeal Cut-off Date
Applicable For : Individuals who are currently unemployed
Website : https://www.sassa.gov.za/
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What is the Cut-off Date of SRD R350 COVID-19 Grant Appeal?
SASSA Announces COVID-19 SRD R350 Grant Appeal Cut-off Date. Appeals for applications made during the extension period, between November 2020 and January 2021 should be lodged on or before 28 February 2021.
Related / Similar Service : SASSA Special 350 Covid-19 Grant Extension
Process of SRD R350 COVID-19 Grant Appeal
SASSA R350 COVID-19 SRD Grant Declined? If you don’t appeal – you will not be reconsidered. Include your reason for appeal in your email.
Follow the Appeals Process :
** Full name
** ID Number
** x1 email with reason to appeal to covid19srdappeals [AT] sassa.gov.za Or, go to the website https://srd.sassa.gov.za/ and submit the appeal directly.
*Only declined applicants for the extended COVID-19 SRD Grant may lodge appeals.
The COVID-19 grant will only be paid until the end of January 2021. SASSA has determined a cut-off date for lodging appeals in respect of declined COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress grants.
The purpose is to strengthen administrative controls in the management of this grant and to give effect to a conducive environment for accounting.
How To Apply For SASSA SRD Grant Appeal?
** Appeals can be lodged on https//srd.sassa.gov.za website or by sending an email to the covid19appeals [AT] sassa.gov.za e-mail address.
** All appeals will be considered, and appellants will be provided with feedback.
** Applicants that are aggrieved by the decision to decline their applications are requested to provide reasons why they think the SASSA decision was incorrect or provide a motivation when lodging their appeals.
** All appeals will be treated in a fair and transparent manner to ensure a high standard of administrative justice is maintained in the administration of grants.
Declined applicants who already lodged appeals need not re-apply nor re-appeal. SASSA will send them the outcome of their appeals through SMS. Appellants are requested not to send attachments when lodging their appeals.
SRD 350 Grant Site Additional features :
You can also use the SASSA 350 webpage https://srd.sassa.gov.za/ to
** Submit an appeal when your “350 grant” has been rejected.
** Cancel your 350 grant application.
** Update your details (Name, Surname and other information).
FAQ On SASSA SRD Grant
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) On SASSA SRD R350 COVID-19 Grant
1. How To Keep Safe When Collecting Your Grant
1. With your card you can do withdrawals or purchases at ATMs and retail stores.
2. Do not share your PIN code with anyone.
3. Keep your card safe.
2. Covid-19 Practices At Sassa’S Offices
All Covid-19 precautionary measures will be undertaken including
** Screening of both clients and SASSA staff
** Wearing of masks
** Social distancing
3. Asylym Seekers Or Special Permit Holders Can Apply For Special Covid-19 Srd R350 Grant?
All applicants will be required to give SASSA consent to verify and share information with other entities for the purposes of processing and paying your grant.
*We need consent to process the application by verifying against other databases
4. Lapsing Of Care Dependency Grant On 31 December 2020
All Care Dependency Grants where the child turned 18 in the period February – December 2020 have lapsed, with December being the last month of payment. Care givers of these young people may apply for the Care Dependency Grant on behalf of the previously confirmed care dependent child.
To apply, care givers must bring :
** ID document of the child
** Proof of address
** Proof of income and assets
** Three (3) months bank statement
** ID document of care giver
** Latest medical information about the care dependent child
Do not bring care dependent children to the SASSA office.
Benefits of SASSA R350 COVID-19 SRD Grant
The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) COVID-19 SRD Grant is a temporary social relief of distress grant aimed at providing financial support to those who are unemployed or unable to work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the benefits of the SASSA R350 COVID-19 SRD Grant include:
Financial Support :
The grant provides much-needed financial support to those who are struggling to make ends meet due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Temporary Relief :
The grant is designed to provide temporary relief to individuals who are unemployed or unable to work due to the pandemic.
Easy Application Process :
The application process is simple and can be completed online, making it accessible to many people who may not have easy access to government offices.
Additional Simplified Procedure
Here are the steps on how to apply for SASSA SRD Grant Appeal online:
1. Go to the SASSA SRD Grant Appeal website: https://srd.sassa.gov.za/appeals/
2. Enter your South African ID number and phone number.
3. Click on the “Send PIN” button.
4. Enter the PIN that was sent to your phone.
5. Select the month(s) that you are appealing.
6. Enter your reason for appealing.
7. Attach any supporting documents.
8. Click on the “Submit” button.
Your appeal will be reviewed by SASSA and you will be notified of the outcome within 30 days.
Here are the documents you need to appeal your SASSA SRD Grant application:
** A copy of your South African ID number.
** A copy of your bank statement or proof of income.
** Any other documents that support your appeal.
The cost of appealing your SASSA SRD Grant application is R50.00. You can pay for the appeal by credit card, debit card, or EFT. If you have any questions about appealing your SASSA SRD Grant application, you can contact SASSA’s call centre at 0800 601 011.
Here are some additional tips for appealing your SASSA SRD Grant application:
** Make sure that you have all of the required documents before you start the application process.
** Carefully fill out the online application form.
** Make sure that you attach clear scans of your documents.
** Check the status of your application regularly.