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Stay Updated: SASSA Grant Payment Schedule for June 2024

In case you missed it, the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) facilitates the distribution of various social assistance grants, catering to different needs such as disability, old age, childcare, and more. These grants serve as a crucial lifeline for many South Africans, subject to eligibility criteria, including a means test.SASSA Grant Payment Schedule

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May 2024 Grant Payments Recap:

If you’re expecting your social grant for May, most grants, including Disability and Veteran’s Grants, have been disbursed by May 7th. However, it might take a couple of days for the funds to reflect in your account. If you haven’t received your payment yet, you can check your status on the SASSA website or reach out to them directly for assistance.SASSA Grant Payment Schedule

June 2024 Grant Payment Dates:

For June, mark your calendars with the following payment dates:

However, please note that SRD Grants will be disbursed later in June. The SRD Grant is specifically designed to assist individuals without income to get back on their feet. If you’re eligible and haven’t applied yet, you can still do so. Remember, it also entails a Means Test.

Contacting SASSA:

Should you have any queries or concerns, don’t hesitate to get in touch with SASSA directly. You can reach them at +27 80 060 1011 or email them at GrantsEnquiries@sassa.gov.za. Be sure to ask for a reference number when contacting them, which can be used for follow-up inquiries.

Applying for the SRD Grant:

If you’re considering applying for the Social Relief of Distress Grant, applications are still open. You can apply online or visit your nearest regional SASSA office. Unsure about where to find your regional office? Check out their website for a comprehensive list. However, it’s advisable to call ahead before visiting.

Stay informed and make the most out of the available resources provided by SASSA to ensure you receive the support you’re entitled to.

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