Fri. Jun 21st, 2024

New SASSA SRD April Payment Dates and Guidelines 2024

In line with the SRD, the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has released the payment schedule for various grants in April 2024. Beneficiaries can anticipate their funds to be deposited according to the following schedule:

Senior Beneficiaries:

  • Older Persons SASSA SRD Grants payments will commence on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, including any associated linked grants.
there a closing date for SRD Grant applications

Disability Grant Recipients:

  • Expect the SASSA Disability Grants payment on Thursday, April 4, 2024, covering any linked grants in your account.

SASSA Children’s Grant Payment Schedule:

  • Children’s Grants will be accessible on Friday, April 5, 2024.

Beneficiaries are advised not to rush to the bank on the initial payment day. Funds will remain readily available in their accounts for convenient withdrawal.

SASSA’s Warning Regarding “Status Check” for SRD Grant Beneficiaries

Plan Wisely, Manage Responsibly:

  • SASSA encourages responsible financial management among beneficiaries, as these grants are meant to support essential needs.

Reasons for Potential Payment Delays:

  • Verification Delays: Verification of applications by SASSA may take time, even after approval.
  • Bank Issues: Incorrect bank details or exceeding bank balances can delay payments.
  • Technical Problems: High application volumes or technical glitches may cause processing delays.
  • Missing Information: Incomplete applications with missing details may require correction before payment.
Avoiding Exclusion from SASSA Old-Age Grants in May 2024

Stay Updated on SASSA SRD Payment for April:

  • Beneficiaries are urged to regularly check the official SASSA website (www.sassa.gov.za) or follow their social media channels (@OfficialSASSA) for the latest updates on the SASSA SRD payment.
  • For inquiries or assistance regarding grants, including the SASSA SRD payment in April, beneficiaries can contact SASSA’s toll-free number: 0800 60 10 11.

By staying informed and managing grants responsibly, beneficiaries can make the most of the benefits these programs offer.

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