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SASSA R350 SRD give Backlogs

SASSA R350 SRD allow Accumulations? 

Though numerous recipients of Sassa’s R350 SRD give were subordinate on it due to unemployment, a few had grievances with instalments of the give being inconsistent.

FILE: The organisation presented the SRD Allow in 2020 amid the COVID-19 lockdown. Picture: OfficialSASSA/Twitter

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South African Social Security Agency

Social Alleviation of Trouble Grant

Payment Dates? 

If you are a SASSA recipient or know of somebody who is, you may be pondering when the important allow instalments will be made. Underneath is a list of the SASSA instalment plan for the months of February and Walk 2023 (instalment dates for advance months have not however been announced):

September 2023:

Older People/ Retired people Give: Tuesday, 5 September 2023

Disability Give: Wednesday, 6 September 2023

All other Gifts: Thursday, 7 September 2023

South African Social Security Organization (Sassa) recipients took to social media to express dissatisfaction over accumulations in the instalment of the R350 Social Help of Trouble give (SRD give). JOHANNESBURG

Some recipients said whereas their applications were affirmed, there was no consistency on payments.

The office presented the SRD allow in 2020 amid the COVID-19 lockdown.

Most unemployed individuals in the nation connected for the R350 allowance given by the government, in any case, a few weren’t getting the cash consistently.

A man, who talked to Onlooker News on the condition of remaining mysterious, said this ruined his capacity to apply for occupations, as it was his as it were source of income.

“This R350 makes a difference for me with transport cash to go see for employment, to purchase essential needs, and to print CVs. If I don’t have this cash, at that point I can’t do any of these things.”

Similarly, others took to Facebook to discuss their frustration.

In a messaged reaction to one of the recipients that Onlooker News saw, Sassa said it was encountering an accumulation that was driven to delays in the instalmentsg of grants.

At the time of distributing, the office was not accessible for comment.