February SASSA R350 Grant Payment Dates
February SASSA R350 Grant Payment Dates SRD – The Social Relief of Distress grant supports around 10 million people every month living in South Africa. The grant is one of many grants managed by the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA).
Here are the final payment dates scheduled for February 2022.
Here Are The R350 Grant Payment Dates For The End Of February 2022
21 February: ID numbers ending in 082 and 087
22 February: ID numbers ending in 083 and 088
23 February: ID numbers ending in 084 and 089
24 February: ID numbers ending in 080 and 085
25 February: ID numbers ending in 081 and 086
28 February: ID numbers ending in 082 and 087
The SRD grant has no fixed payment date. The last three digits of your ID number determine on which days you may collect your SRD grant from the post office.
SASSA is calling on all clients to apply for SRD grant application reconsiderations for each month their grant application was rejected. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
SASSA could also increase the number of locations where people can collect their grants
All applicant will have to provide the following compulsory information for processing of their applications:
Identity Number if they are South African residents
Name and Surname as captured in the ID
Gender and Disability if they have any
Banking details – Bank name and account number
Contact details – Cell phone number and E-mail address
Proof of resident
When is the opening and closing date for R350
The first R350 special Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grants started to be paid out on 15 May 2021 . The grants, due to run for six months, and so due worth R2 100 each in total, are available to all South Africans over 18 who do not have any other form of income, and do not receive any other form of government support.
More Ways To Apply – SASSA R350 Grant Application Online
- BY WhatsApp message to 082 046 8553 (no longer the Department of Health WhatsApp line on 060 012 3456, on which initial tests were conducted)
- BY Email to SRD@sassa.gov.za, which automatically sends back a form to fill in
- BY A USSD code, dialling *134*7737# from a cell phone
Rejected applications are due to a recently changed cell phone number. Fraud checking mechanisms for the payment system include matching the cell phone number provided by an applicant against other government databases. If an applicant has previously provided one cell phone number to an institution such as the SA Revenue Service or the Unemployment Insurance Fund, and now tries to apply using a different number, the system will kick you out.
you must provide an address but you do not need to provide proof of address
How do I get paid R350
Applicants without bank accounts will have a choice of banks from which to get cash via an ATM or to get paid at Pick N Pay and Boxer superstore. Those without bank accounts, money will be deposited via the cash-sending functions of the major banks.
e-Wallet for First National Bank and Cash Send for Absa, require only details sent to a cell phone number to withdraw money, with no card or other identity verification required.
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