SASSA Payments 2023-2024

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SASSA Payments 2023-2024

SASSA R350 Grant Payments 2023-2024

SASSA is an abbreviation for the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA). It’s the government agency in South Africa that handles social security services, including payments in South Africa. It also manages and administers grants and allowances to categories of people vulnerable to poverty and in need of state support to improve their standard of living.

The Bill of Rights in the South African Constitution (Section 24-29) recognises the socio-economic rights of citizens. Consequently, the government takes reasonable legislative and other measures within its available resources to achieve a progressive realisation of this individual right. It’s also worth noting that SASSA is administered by the SASSA Act of 2004.

 

SASSA Payments Values 2023-2024

SASSA, as an open substance, subscribes to those values that advance vote based system and a culture of regard for human rights. In expansion, in building social cohesion, taking after values is vital:

  • Transparency
  • Equity
  • Integrity
  • Confidentiality
  • Customer Care Centered Approach

The value proposition will require continuous refinement in order to satisfy and meet customer needs and expectations. The responsiveness of SASSA to community needs and expectations may require adjustments in respect of service delivery, information technology and administrative processes.

 

Read: SASSA Grant Enquiries 2023

 

Who Can Benefit From SASSA R350 grant Payments 2023-2024

The SASSA Act of 2004 and regulations provide a legal framework for administering seven major social grants in South Africa to targeted groups of people vulnerable to poverty. They include:

  • Child support grants
  • Foster child grant
  • Care dependency grant
  • Disability grant
  • Grant in Aid
  • Older person’s grant
  • War veteran’s grants
  • Social relief of distress grant
  • Covid-19 social relief of distress grant

Note: The Social Relief Distress Grant is a temporally social grant that runs for three months. The Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress Grants is also temporally, and it was extended to run until March 2023.

 

SASSA Payments Qualification 2023-2024

According to the Department of Social Developments of South Africa, here are guidelines to know if you qualify for SASSA grants:

  • It would be best to be a South African national or a permanent resident.
  • You must be a resident of South Africa.
  • You are not eligible for any other social grant.
  • In a governmental institution, you might not get the care you need.
  • If you are single, you cannot make more than R78 120, and if you are married, you cannot earn more than R156 240.
  • If you’re single, your assets can’t exceed R1 115 400, and if you’re married, they can’t exceed R2 230 800.

 

Applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • The applicant must be in receipt of a grant for Older Persons.
  • Disability grant or a War Veteran’s grant, and requires full-time attendance by another person.
  • Owing to his/her physical or mental disabilities.
  • Must not be cared for in an institution that receives a subsidy from the State for the care/housing of such beneficiary.
  • Proof of residence
  • Proof of income/ savings
  • Verification of assets and pension (if any)
  • Evidence of marital status (if applicable)
  • Bank statement for the last three months
  • Unemployment Insurance Fund book or discharge certificate (if you were employed)
  • A copy of will and accounts (if your spouse died within the last five months).

 

Read Also: SASSA Payment Dates January 2023-2024

R 350 grant

How to check the SASSA balance

To check the SASSA R350 grant balance, follow the below steps:

  • Dial *120*69277# on your phone
  • Choose your preferred language
  • Follow the prompts.
  • You should then get an SMS notification.

You can also check your SASSA balance via ATM by following these steps: 

  • Insert your SASSA card into the ATM
  • Enter your card pin
  • Choose the type of transaction you want to do
  • Select “Check Balance”
  • Your balance will be displayed
  • Now remove your card from the ATM

 

Applicants will need to provide the following information

  • Identity Number or Department of Home Affairs Refugee permit number
  • Name and Surname as captured in the Identity Document
  • Gender and Disability
  • Contact details – Cell phone number
  • Residential Address

 

Consent Form for Bank Payment

 

Contact SASSA for more Details

KwaZulu Natal

  • Mr Themba Matlou
  • E-Mail: ThembaMat@sassa.gov.za
  • 1 Bank Street
  • Pietermaritzburg
  • 3201
  • Private Bag X9146
  • Pietermaritzburg
  • 3201
  • Tel: 033 846 3400
  • Fax: 033 846 9595
  • E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesKZN@sassa.gov.za
  • Branch Coordinator:

 

Mpumalanga

  • Mr Themba Matlou
  • E-Mail: ThembaMat@sassa.gov.za
  • 18 Ferreira Street
  • Nelspruit
  • 1200
  • Private Bag X11230
  • Nelspruit
  • 1200
  • Tel: 013 754 9446
  • Fax: 013 754 9501
  • Branch Coordinator:
  • E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesMP@sassa.gov.za

 

Free State

  • Mr Themba Matlou
  • E-Mail: ThembaMat@sassa.gov.za
  • African Life Building
  • 75 St Andrew Street
  • Bloemfontein
  • Private Bag X20553
  • Bloemfontein
  • 9300
  • Tel: 051 410 8339
  • Fax: 051 409 0862
  • E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesFS@sassa.gov.za
  • Mr Bandile Maqetuka
  • E-Mail: BandileM@sassa.gov.za

R350 grant

1st Floor

  • Waverley Office Park
  • 3-33 Phillip Frame Road
  • Private Bag X9001
  • Chiselhurst
  • East London
  • 5200
  • Tel: 043 707 6335
  • Fax: 043 707 6487
  • E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesEC@sassa.gov.za
  • E-Mail: ECCustomerCare@sassa.gov.za

 

Hope the information given above has been useful to you. You can get back to us by leaving your suggestions in the comment section below. Visit the official website of SASSA for more details.

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