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Application Active – Does that mean application approved for SRD R350 Grant Application Status Online Balance Check

One of the the things SASSA put in place so that applicants can be sure that their applications are are submitted successfully is to give the respective applicants SMS confirmation.

It serves as security for the applicant because the SMS contains the application ID (App ID) code and the some segments of the applicant’s ID number.

Take a look at the image below for reference.

A confirmation SMS for successful applications

It goes that like this :

SA ID xxxx… xxx. Application ID : xxxxx. SASSA Confirms successful update of banking details for SA POST Bank. Your SRD R350 Grant Application is now active.

SASSA SMS alert

It has to be noted that the last part indicates the payment option chosen or how the applicant will be paid.

Read Also : SASSA SRD R350 Grant Application Approved With or Without Pay Dates?

The Post Bank or Post Office is the default payment method and if the applicant fails to provide personal bank account post office or post bank is automatically chosen.

Now when they say that application is ACTIVE, it does not mean the application is approved. It means is now under consideration or pending.

It is yet to go through the verification process to determine whether or not the applicant qualifies to be paid.

As it has been the norm for the past few days, if you really want to check your status, the best thing is to call SASSA toll free number 0800601011 to check for you.

To check srd R350 status, click here

Update to this story :

Now all the platforms are working efficiently when checking status of your application SRD R350 GRANT.

This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Kyle

    I haven’t been employed I have no income at all I’ve been trying since this pandemic started to get my SRD grant. But all sassa does is leave me on pending. I feel it’s unfair to not be approved. Please give me feedback.
    Thank you.

  2. Tshepang

    Approved but no money

  3. LYDIA

    I think there’s something wrong how can one be told they are declined because they are you uif register, when going to labour you find out the company that put a claim on your behalf doesn’t exist even their numbers, even worse the claim has already been processed, now you are told to go and look for the company which doesn’t exist so that they can cancel the claim, what must one do now?.

  4. Thanzi rambau

    I’ve been appealing but it always decline saying i have alternative income source which i don’t

    1. Zee

      Jst heard tht some child grant beneficiaries also receive this social relief,funny enough that those who have no source of income get declined,its sad really

  5. NP myekete

    Is it possible to change the way l want to receive my grant money from post office to my personal account

  6. Thabang

    i have been approved for 3months now but no paydate i dont know why because other people are busy getting their money

  7. Salahudeen James

    Hi. I applied for sassa srd, but forgot the phone number that I applied with. Now I cant do any follow-ups. Can you please help me with the nessassery info, forword.
    Thanks in advance.
    Salahudeen James

  8. Gailene

    I’m approved for September and October but no pay dates

  9. Fredda

    I applied for this 350 since last year but never succeed all it says am registered for uif and I have never worked before.

  10. Tseleng Molungoa

    I’ve been approved and receiving since last year August. I was supposed to be paid today on the 20th but nothing. When I check online, they don’t show me pay date but a six digit number.

  11. Desline

    What is happing please I’ve been reapplying for the srd R350 in April the 23th so this means I’m not gone get April’s money…..and I’ve received a SMS to say my application successfull….. But it still pending

    1. DFlex

      Nobody is approved yet…. Next week

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