SASSA R350 cardless withdrawal: How do I withdraw money from SASSA cardless R350?
Post Bank/CashSend Services
If you do not have a bank account, you can get your R350 award via CashSend utilizing PostBank services. Beneficiaries use their ID numbers and phone numbers to access their award funds in this manner. The grant applicant’s mobile number must be registered and registered.
The review process for a SASSA payment is as follows:
- Applicants must first submit an online application form.
- Once the form has been submitted, the department will review the application and determine whether or not it meets the eligibility requirements.
- If the application is approved, the applicant will be contacted to provide additional information, such as their income and vulnerable status.
SASSA payments are available to residents of South Africa who are in need and who have been verified as being in need by the department. The payments are made through the Post Office or a bank. The payment dates are as follows:
- R350 payments will be made starting on the 1st of each month.
- Payments will be made until the 31st of each month.
- Payments will be made in arrears, starting from the 1st of the following month.
- Payments will be made in cash only.
SASSA R350 grant payment date
Payments will be made until the 31st of each month. Social grant payments for September will be released after the October social grant payments, according to the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa). Social grant payments for October will end on 5 October, and R350 grant payments should have begun on 6 October, according to Sassa.
Sassa Status Check For R350 Payment Dates
“The status check for the R350 payment dates will show everything is still fixed for those dates. Previously, the grant payment collection dates were also fixed, but now it looks like the payments may not happen as planned.”
SASSA status pending
As your application is still pending, it still needs to be screened and verified before being approved. Once approved, you will receive an SMS from SASSA requesting your banking details, then you will be paid.
Sassa recipients who are appealing their grant decision may contact the independent tribunal for information on how to appeal their decision. The tribunal can be contacted at the following address: Independent Tribunal, PO Box 6013, Pretoria 0001, South Africa. The tribunal’s contact information can also be found on the website.
How do I appeal my SASSA status?
Here’s how to appeal a R350 grant under the new rules
- For more information, please visit srd.dsd.gov.za
- To lodge an appeal or check the status of an appeal, click the green bar.
- Identify yourself by entering your ID number
- Please enter your cellphone number
- When you click the ‘send pin’ button, you will receive an SMS with your verification code
- Click ‘Submit’ once you have entered the pin
- Please select the month for which you are appealing
- Choose the reason for your appeal by clicking on the drop-down arrow
- Please click ‘submit’
Appeals must be lodged within 28 days of the date of the decision. Grant: An applicant can appeal the grant decision if they disagree with the amount of the grant or the eligibility of the person receiving the grant. Lot: An applicant can appeal the grant decision if they disagree with the amount of the grant or the eligibility of the person receiving the grant. People: An applicant can appeal the grant decision if they disagree with the amount of the grant or the eligibility of the person receiving the grant.
Civil society organizations (CSOs) have been critical of the payments system, which they argue unfairly favors the well-off. Many poor people are unable to access the payments system, as they do not have bank accounts or do not have access to financial services. The DSD minister, minister Lindiwe, Lindiwe Zulu, has acknowledged that the system is not working well and is currently updating it. The new cycle, which began in January 2023, is intended to improve the system’s functionality. Special Covid is a new scheme that will provide financial assistance to low-income households in order to reduce their reliance on the payments system.