The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has been providing a Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant of R350 to millions of unemployed and impoverished South Africans since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. This grant has been instrumental in cushioning many households, especially those in rural and peri-urban areas, from the adverse effects of the pandemic.
With the COVID-19 pandemic still playing a huge impact in the nation, there is now much speculation whether SASSA beneficiaries will need to reapply for the R350 grant for April 2023. Although there has been no official announcement from SASSA regarding the matter, there is one definite element that will help determine if existing recipients need to reapply, and that is personal information.
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When a beneficiary applies for the R350 grant, SASSA captures and keeps their personal details, including their name, address, ID number, and contact information. In subsequent payments, beneficiaries receive the grant through bank transfer and retail stores which means that SASSA has access to their banking details as well. As long as the personal details of an existing applicant remain the same, SASSA would not require the applicant to reapply for the grant.
The only people who may be required to reapply for the grant are new applicants who are yet to be registered. This is because, while existing applicants’ details have been recorded, new applicants will need to provide their information so that SASSA can assess their eligibility.
It is essential to note, however, that SASSA may still release official announcements regarding application processes for the April 2023 SRD grant. The South African government has also taken progressive strides to assist citizens to stay informed on various applications and news updates.’