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SASSA SRD payment and appeals January 2024

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has shared the dates when they will give money to people who applied for different grants in January 2024. These dates are very important for those who applied and are waiting to know if they will get the grants they asked for.

SASSA Status Check 2024 for March Payment 

Important notice about SASSA payment

Between January and March 2024, SASSA has shared important news. They said that all SASSA and Postbank Cash points will be closing. This is something beneficiaries and people involved should be aware of. If you want more information or have questions, you can check the official SASSA website at or call them at 0800 60 10 11.

Older person’s SASSA SRD 2024 grants

Starting from Wednesday, January 3, 2024, the Older Person’s SRD Grants will be given out. This includes the grants linked to these accounts. For those who receive them, it means their money support is coming on time and they can feel confident about it.

March SASSA Grant Update 2024

Disability SRD 2024 grants

Starting on Thursday, January 4, 2024, Disability Grants will be paid for all related accounts. SASSA wants to make sure that people who need help get the support they need quickly and efficiently.

Children’s SRD 2024 grants

On Friday, January 5, 2024, Children’s Grants will be given to help families and guardians taking care of children in tough situations.

SASSA wants to remind everyone that there’s no need to hurry to take out the money right after it’s paid. Once the money is in the account, it stays safe until you need it. This should give peace of mind to those receiving it.

If you want to check the status of your SASSA payment, have questions, or need help, you can call SASSA for free at 0800 60 10 11 or visit their website [].

To get the latest news about SASSA, keep an eye on reliable sources for updates.

SASSA Increment Walk 2024

Safeguarding against SASSA scheme frauds

Protecting yourself from possible fraud in the SASSA scheme is very important. Here are six important things to do to avoid scams:

  1. Check if communication is real Make sure that messages or calls saying they’re from SASSA are real. SASSA usually contacts people through official channels and won’t ask for important information through unsafe ways.
  2. Keep your personal info safe Don’t share personal details like your ID number, bank info, or PIN with people or websites you don’t know. Real SASSA representatives won’t ask for this kind of information.
  3. Watch out for fake messages Be careful of emails or messages that try to trick you into giving personal details. Check if the sender is really from SASSA before sharing any information.
  4. Check payment dates Make sure to confirm grant payment dates from SASSA’s official sources, like their website or trusted communication channels. Don’t just rely on information from sources you’re not sure about.
  5. Tell someone if you’re suspicious If you think something is wrong or you get strange messages, tell SASSA or the local authorities right away. Reporting helps not just you but also others from getting scammed.

These steps can help you stay safe from scams in the SASSA scheme.