Sassa Payout For February 2023-2024
Sassa Payout For February Status Check 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.
The Type Of Sassa Grants Available For Payment February 2023-2024
Social assistance is provided in the form of:
- A child support grant;
- An older people’s grant (a pension);
- A disability grant;
- A war veteran’s grant;
- A care dependency grant, for caring for a child with a severe disability;
- Foster child grant;
- Grant-in-aid, for those who require a full-time caregiver; and/or
- Social relief of distress, a temporary measure for those in desperate need, in the form of parcels or vouchers. Steyn has pledged R 320 million to help with the coronavirus relief effort.
Sassa Payout For February 2023-2024 Application Requirements
If you are applying for Sassa grants in February 2023, you need to attach to your application the following documents:
- ID document of the child
- Proof of address
- Proof of income and assets
- Three (3) months bank statement
- ID document of caregiver
- Latest medical information about the care-dependent child
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
Sassa Payout For February 2023-2024
The link below displays the Sassa money to be paid for February 2023-2024. Click on the link to download:
SASSA Payments Qualification For February 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.
Follow the process listed below to check the status of your Sassa payout for February 2023:
- Follow the link https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status (This link will send you directly to the web page for checking the application status) or you can as well visit the official homepage of the SRD R350 https://srd.sassa.gov.za and scroll down to the place asking you to check your status and click on that label.
- In the text boxes provided, enter the 13-digit ID number and the cell phone number that was used to apply.
- Click on the submit button and patiently wait for the page to fully load.
- On the status dashboard, the months that your application is active start with the current month.
- Click on the month you want to see its status, and a drop-down menu will show you if your application for that particular month is pending, approved, or declined. status check
- If you are approved, check if it has a pay date. The pay date is the day your bank account or post office account will be credited. For those using a bank account, expect an SMS alert when the bank finally deposits the grant.
- For post office payments, applicants will have to wait for their turn using the last three digits of their ID number. Update: Post Office No Longer Paying SRD R350 Grant Payments
- If your status is currently pending, you need to wait as SASSA is still reviewing your application and a decision is yet to be taken if you are still qualified.
- If your application status shows declined, a reason for the decline will be written against the decline reason section. According to SASSA, an applicant who feels his or her application was unduly declined, can appeal or apply for reconsideration within 30 days from the date of the decline.
There can be various reasons why an application will be declined including :
- alternative income source Identified,
- uif registered,
- nsfas registered,
- identity verification failed etc.
- With the exception of the debtor, all other decline reasons can be appealed.
Or you can use any of the following channels:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- WhatsApp: 082 046 8553
- USSD: *134*7737#
Head Office and Regional Contacts
- Mr Themba Matlou
- E-Mail: ThembaMat@sassa.gov.za
- 28 Harrison Street
- Private Bag X120
- Tel: 011 241 8320
- Fax: 011 241 8305
- E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesGP@sassa.gov.za
- Branch Coordinator:
- Ms Zodwa Mvulane
- E-Mail: ZodwaMv@sassa.gov.za
- 43 Landros Mare Street
- Private Bag X9677
- Tel: 015 291 7509
- Fax: 015 291 7416
- E-Mail: GrantsEnquiriesLIM@sassa.gov.za
- E-Mail: CustomerCareLim@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.