Sassa Grant Application Process

The south african government provides the sassa srd grant to assist people, families, and communities with social care needs. Continue reading to learn how to apply if you’re interested in applying for this grant.

How to Apply for The Sassa Grant

A financial aid programme called the SASSA grant offers funds to South Africans who are in need. You must fill out the online application form and submit it together with your supporting documents, which should include your ID number, full name, and phone number.

To apply for SASSA SRD Grant now

Whatsapp : 082 046 8553 


To apply for the Sassa Grant you will need to complete an online application form which can be found at the Sassa website. The application deadline is usually in the middle of each month, but check the website for specific dates. sassa status check

Step 1 : Go to SASSA SRD website

Step 2 : scroll down to “How do I apply for this SRD Grant”

Step 3 : Click on the yellow bar written “Click here to Apply

Step 4 : Enter cell phone numbers you want to use to apply with , these numbers must be your own.

Step 5 : An sms will be sent to you with the further instructions , follow them to complete the application. What are the Requirements to Apply for the Sassa SRD Grant?

To be eligible for the Sassa Grant, you must be a resident of South Africa and have an annual income of less than R624 per month. The grant is renewable every three (3) months by reconfirming your existing application in the SASSA SRD website , so make sure to reapply / Reconfirm each time!

How Much Money Will I Receive if I Get Approved for The Srd Grant?

If you are eligible for a Sassa grant, the amount of money you receive will be R350 per month .

What Is the Qualification Criteria for The Special Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress Grant?

  • South African Citizens , Permanent residents or refugees registered with Home Affairs.
  • Resident within the borders of republic of South Africa
  • Above the age of 18
  • Unemployed
  • Not receiving any income of more than R624 per months
  • Not receiving any social grant
  • Not receiving unemployment insurance benefit and not qualify to receive unemployment insurance benefit
  • Not receiving a stipend from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme
  • Not receiving any other government COVID-19 response
  • Not resident in a government in a government in a government funded or subsidized institution.

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