Here Are The March 2023 SRD R350 Payment Dates

The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly had a significant impact on our daily lives, including our financial well-being. Many individuals and families are struggling to make ends meet, which is why the South African government introduced the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant. This grant is designed to provide financial assistance to those who are most in need.

If you are an applicant who has been approved for the COVID-19 SRD R350 grant but have not received your payment dates for March 2023, we have good news for you. The proposed payment dates for the month of March have been announced, and we have broken them down into three batches.

FIRST BATCH: PAYDATE OF Thursday, 23/03/2023

The first batch of payments is set to be processed on Thursday , 23/03/2023. If you are one of the lucky applicants who fall within this batch, you can expect your payment to be made on this day.

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SECOND BATCH: PAYDATE OF FRIDAY , 24/03/2023

The second batch of payments will be processed on Friday, 24/03/2023. If you fall within this batch, you can expect your payment to be made on this day.

THIRD BATCH: PAYDATE OF Saturday , 25/03/2023

The third and final batch of payments for the month of March 2023 is set to be processed on Saturday , 25/03/2023. If you are within this batch, you can expect your payment to be made on this day.

It is important to note that these are proposed payment dates, and the actual date of payment may differ slightly. Applicants are advised to check their application status online to confirm the actual payment date.

In conclusion, the proposed payment dates for the March 2023 SASSA SRD R350 grant have been announced, and we hope that this information provides some relief to those who have been waiting patiently for their payment. We encourage applicants to check their application status online for confirmation of the actual payment date and to reach out to the customer service team if they have any questions or concerns. Let us continue to support one another during these challenging times.

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