Ever since the reinstatement of the SASSA SRD R350 grant, most applicants who use their own bank accounts and post office as payment options are paid, but one group of applicants who opted for cash send have since not been paid.

What has accounted for this was revealed by SASSA during an interview yesterday.


According to the SASSA representative, they are in talks with the partner banks which he believes will be finalized possibly next week, so that payments can be made afterwards.

If applicants will recall, last year something similar happened where ewallet users were directed to the post office for collection.


So if you have been approved with pay dates and expecting to receive your grants at cash send will have to wait or switch to a new payment like the post office or personal bank account.

It is just unfortunate that SASSA could not negotiate with the partner banks beforehand and waited till this last minute to start negotiating.

SASSA should be up and doing because applicants are going through a lot of difficulties accessing this grant.

In case you want to switch to your preferred bank account the following articles will be of greater value :


Payments are currently ongoing at various banks and post offices across the country although some are still approved without pay dates.

Meanwhile, some applicants are declined for various reasons which others consider as not necessarily true especially those with ‘alternative income source Identified’.

Latest Update: SASSA has asked Cash Send or Ewallet users to submit their bank account details for paymen


By Edna

51 thoughts on “Cash Send or Ewallet Account Users SRD R350 Grant Payments Updates”
    1. I have been approved for August and September but I went to collect my money in the post office but they said the money is not in how possible is that

  1. I lost my job in 2019 February and yet declined due to uif which lasted 2019 how is this system working can’t they do something about it

  2. Status says approved since August. But no payment I have got. I did choose ABSA cash send. Now I want to find out what to do to get it.

  3. I chose cash send absa and when I check the status it says approved but there’s no payment so far ,do I have to worry?or you are still busy with our payments

    1. My husband also are approved with dates also at Absa cash send but no money or sms is coming what should we do

    1. I have been approved for the following pay dates13 September and 21 October, I registered using FNB cash send and there’s nothing on my number do I go to the FNB doors?

  4. Whe I check my status in Moya I have been approved for August and September and I went to collect my payment at post office but they said the money wasn’t in and how is that possible yet some of friends got their 350 in August and September but mina dololo

    1. Send from cash send to my own banking details but still no paydate I send my banking details 13 September 2021

  5. I have seens applied the first time when the R350 SRD was introduced by the president and to this day I keep getting declined with reason “alternative source of income” which is incorrect as I do not have any source of income.

  6. I have been approved from September till december but no dates and i applied for cash send i would like to switch to post office

  7. I applied again for R350 grand
    It is still pending
    I dond have a bank account
    How do i recieve the cashsend now
    And why cant the people use they money market acc at shoprite for the grand?

  8. My Sasa status have been approved but no pay date yet and I’ve chosen absa e wallet but no payment yet recieved or sms I’m worried

    1. Sorry guys please I need help I loss my phone and I want to change the numbers so anyone who have a good help for me please help me and I forgot the six (6) numbers

  9. Sorry guys please I need help I loss my phone and I want to change the numbers so anyone who have a good help for me please help me and I forgot the six (6) numbers

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