The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has announced plans to standardize the Special Relief of Distress (SRD) grant, aligning it with the payment schedule of other grants. Starting from June 2023, the SRD grant will be disbursed in the last week of every month. This decision has been made in response to the concerns and anxieties expressed by beneficiaries who often experienced uncertainty regarding the timing of their payments.
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By implementing this standardized payment schedule, SASSA aims to provide greater clarity and predictability to SRD grant recipients. The intention is to eliminate the practice of early month payments for SRD grants, which previously contributed to beneficiaries’ uncertainty about when they would receive their funds.
Under the new arrangement, beneficiaries of the SRD grant can expect to receive their payments during the last week of each month. This change ensures that SRD grant recipients can plan their finances more effectively and rely on a consistent payment schedule. By bringing the SRD grant in line with other grants, SASSA intends to streamline the payment process and improve the overall experience for beneficiaries.
It’s important for SRD grant recipients to stay updated on any official announcements from SASSA regarding the exact payment dates and any other pertinent information. Regularly checking SASSA’s official website or contacting their helpline will help beneficiaries access the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding their SRD grant payments.