Uncover the Secrets to Checking Your SASSA Balance Effortlessly – Better ways in 2023

Are you looking for an easy and accurate way to check your SASSA balance, application status, or other important information? Look no further! In this blog post, I will provide a comprehensive guide on how to check your SASSA balance effortlessly.

Checking Your SASSA Balance Effortlessly

So if you are interested in learning more about checking your SASSA balance with ease, keep reading!

How to Checking Your SASSA Balance via Phone

How do I check my Sassa mobile balance? You can check your SASSA balance quickly and easily using your phone, follow these steps:

  1. Dial 1203210# on your phone
  2. Follow the prompts

What number do I call to checking SASSA? If the above USSD code doesn’t work for checking your balance, try this alternative:

  1. Dial 12069277# on your phone
  2. Follow the steps
  3. Receive an SMS notification with your balance

How to SASSA Balance Status Check on WhatsApp

Are you WhatsApp User? You can also verify your SASSA status using WhatsApp on your cell phone. Only simply follow these instructions:

  1. Send the word “Sassa” to the Sassa WhatsApp number – 082 046 8553
  2. Reply with the text “Status”
  3. If prompted, confirm with “Yes” if you have a reference number
  4. Provide the mobile number you used when applying for the grant
  5. Submit your reference number

How to check SASSA balance online? 

To find out status your SRD grant application, visit the official SASSA website at https://www.sassa.gov.za or use the online dashboard link at https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/status.

More information about SASSA and the SRD R350 Grant

The organization in charge of distributing social assistance according to Section 3 of the Social Assistance Act is SASSA, which falls under the Department of Social Development. They provide benefits and grant money to those who qualify. To stay informed about their latest updates, follow them on Twitter @OfficialSASSA.

SASSA provides different social grants to South Africans which are care-dependent, child support, disability, and war veterans’ grants. Additionally, they have introduced a new grant due to Covid-19 called the SRD R350 grant, which is a Social Relief of Distress Grant worth R350.

The Covid SRD R350 grant is a monthly payment of R350 given to unemployed individuals who don’t have any income, social grant, or UIF payment. The grant lasts for six months. Visit the SASSA website at https://srd.sassa.gov.za to learn more about eligibility criteria and how to apply.

The management of all R350 grant applications and social grant payments is handled by SASSA.

What to Do If Your Grant Application Is Rejected?

If you find that your grant application has been rejected after performing a status check, you may see a response such as “Registered at SARS for PAYE” or “Receiving a source of income.” To qualify for the grant, applicants must be unemployed and not have any income source, nor receive UIF or any other grants.

As of July 2021, individuals who receive a child support grant are not subject to this restriction. SASSA has stated that if an application is declined, it is often due to the applicant’s monthly income exceeding R595, not taking into account any child grant received.

If your application for SRD is rejected, you can appeal on the SRD website by submitting a service request under the “application for reconsideration” tab for reconsideration.

SASSA R350 Grant Updates and Payment Methods

According to Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu, there have been nine million applications for the SASSA Covid SRD R350 grant in South Africa. This has resulted in long queues at pay points where the R350 is being distributed.

The minister suggests that users should provide their bank account information so that the R350 payment can be made directly. This will speed up the payment process. Typically, grant recipients use the money to buy food.

Starting on September 22nd, it will be possible to collect your R350 social relief grant from Pick n Pay and Boxer stores in South Africa, in addition to the Post Office. Please wait to receive an SMS notification indicating that your grant is ready for collection.

Don’t forget to bring your cell phone and ID with you when you go to collect them at the store. This is a convenient way for people who don’t have a bank account to access cash. You can also receive payments through Bank Mobile Money Transfers.

Only visit after receiving an SMS informing you that your grant is ready.

For the latest R350 SRD Payment Dates, use the following link: [INSERT LINK HERE]

SASSA Contact Information and Support

For any inquiries or support, you can reach out to SASSA through the following channels:

Remember, staying informed and up-to-date with the latest SASSA news and updates is crucial. This article aims to provide you with comprehensive and accurate information on checking your SASSA balance and application status, as well as other important details related to the grant application process.