Sassa Payment Status Check: Millions of South Africans depend on social grants from the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) to afford basic living expenses. If you have applied and qualified for a Sassa grant, knowing the status of your monthly payments is essential. Thankfully, SASSA offers several easy methods to check and confirm when […]
How Sassa Grant Will Be Paid: The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is responsible for the administration and payment of social grants in South Africa. Millions of South Africans rely on these social grants, like the Sassa grant, as a vital source of income. If you qualify and have applied for a Sassa grant,
APPOINTING A SASSA PROCURATOR: Do you have an elderly or frail family member who has trouble getting their monthly grant from merchants or other payment methods? Then you need a Procurator! A procurator is someone who collects a grant on behalf of someone else who is unable to collect on their own. ASK SASSA HOW!
PRETORIA – The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has clarified that the recently reported 74,000 deceased grant recipients were not all “ghost accounts” due to corruption. SASSA spokesperson said the majority of premature payments made to deceased beneficiaries is due timing issues between when a death gets reported versus when SASSA extracts monthly payments.
PRETORIA – Postbank has confirmed that all expired Sassa social grant cards will continue functioning for the entirety of 2024. Postbank spokesperson Dr Bongani Dio said beneficiaries should not panic and can continue using their current Sassa cards at ATMs and retailers. He assured grant recipients will keep receiving payments monthly. There have been reports
The best way to contact SASSA to report a payment glitch is through the following channels: By using these channels, you can ensure that your payment glitch is reported and addressed by SASSA promptly, allowing you to access the support you are entitled to. Ruth Arendse Greetings, I am Ruth Arendse, a dedicated writer and
When reporting a payment glitch to SASSA, beneficiaries should provide the following information: By providing this information, beneficiaries can help SASSA to identify and address the payment glitch promptly, ensuring that they receive the support they are entitled to. Ruth Arendse Greetings, I am Ruth Arendse, a dedicated writer and advocate located in South Africa.
Johannesburg – An alarming new fraud scheme is blocking needy South Africans from receiving their R350 monthly relief grants, by illicitly changing their phone numbers. Over one thousand grant beneficiaries have reported their cell numbers being secretly transferred to other SIM cards without authorization. This disconnects them from SASSA system notifications and payment links, automatically
Pretoria – Social Development Minister Lindy wulu concluded her outreach program in momella balanga this week, visiting the local Sasa office to engage with grant beneficiaries. She assessed the effectiveness of the systems used for processing social grants and discussed some of the challenges faced by beneficiaries, according to reporter mui masila. The Minister has
Johannesburg – Close to 150,000 social grant beneficiaries were unable to access their January payments, according to the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa). Sassa spokesperson Paseka Letsatsi said most of the failed withdrawals at ATMs resulted from a mismatch in account details. He explained that issues arise when the ID number, name, or other