sassa status check for r350 payment dates for march 2021 ~

SASSA March 2021 payments dates status check.


It has to be acknowledged that, March 2021 srd R350 status check and payment dates are no longer available.

Over the past few weeks prior to the reinstated SRD R350 Grant Application, sassa together with the post office made several announcements that all those who have been approved with pay dates can collect their outstanding grants including March 2021 at the post office.


The payments Dates was to last till the end of the month of August 2021, where many who were able to go to the post office had huge sums of money paid to them.

The main reason why these payments were delayed was as a result of non-availability of funds at the time.

But in the course of time, the National Treasury headed by the Finance Minister made funds available so that those who could not access the grant could have it.

They gave the outstanding grants up to August 2021 to pave way for the commencement of the reinstated SRD R350 Grant Application.


So currently, when you check your status, you are likely not to have March 2021 months showing on the status dashboard.

You can go ahead and apply for the new reinstated SRD R350 Grant which has just been started and payment is currently ongoing.

SASSA is paying August 2021 where bank account holders are so far being paid follows by those receiving their cash at the post office.

Starting from the last Friday, a chunk number of the applicants are declined for various reasons including : UIF registered, nsfas registered, debtor, alternative income source Identified, etc.

And what is even more annoying is the fact that those who want to appeal or apply for reconsideration cannot do so at the moment.

The module used to submit reconsideration application is currently not functioning properly and users are met with failed error message.



By Edna

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