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SASSA Open Application For R350 Grant


SASSA Open Application For R350 Grant is Officially Open

SASSA has now announced even more ways you can submit your SASSA R350 grant application, As applications for the SRD grant opened today. Below you will see how to Apply.


The day has arrived as applications for the Special Relief of Distress grant are finally open. Just a week ago, the President announced that the grant would be making a comeback and that they’ll be starting from scratch with SRD applications.


Applications for the R350 grant have officially been open for the reinstatement of the grant. Should you have applied for the previous round of the grant, you will need to re-apply.

This period of SRD applications will come to an end in March 2024

What are the requirements for the SRD grant?

  • South African citizens/permanent residents/refugees/asylum seekers/holders of special permits
  • Unemployed
  • Have no alternative source of income or financial support from any other source
  • Between the ages of 18 and 60

Caregivers are also eligible to receive the grant if they are not receiving any grant on their own behalf.

All applications must be done electronic/digitally. Only one of the channels below should be used and you only need to submit one application.

How to apply for SRD grant

You will receive confirmation once you’ve completed your application.


Individuals who previously cancelled the grant and would like to re-activate it, due to a change in their circumstances, should also re-apply.

SASSA is said to have done some improvements in the system so that they can better serve applicants as well as speed up the time they take to verify and pay applicants and approved beneficiaries.

All applications will be treated as new applications every month. However, each applicant would only need to apply once for their application to be considered every month.

With the previous round of R350 grants, SASSA received 10 million applications and 6 million of them were approved. R24 billion was made in payments with a further R15 billion for top ups for all grant types.



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