March 2023 SASSA Payments Dates

As we approach the month of March 2023, many South Africans who receive regular SASSA grants are eagerly anticipating the payment schedule. SASSA has recently announced the payment dates for March 2023, which we will cover in this article.

It’s important to note that there is no fixed payment date for the special COVID-19 SRD grant, which is separate from the regular SASSA grants. The COVID-19 SRD grant payment dates are typically announced separately, so it’s important to keep an eye out for any updates from SASSA regarding this. You can check your status and know your pay date provided you are approved for that month in question.

For regular SASSA grants, the payment dates for March 2023 are as follows:

Older Persons Grants and others linked to the payment cycle will be paid on Thursday, 02/03/2023. This includes older persons who receive a pension or other social grant through SASSA.

Disability Grants and others linked to the payment cycle will be paid on Friday, 03/032023. This includes individuals who receive a disability grant through SASSA.

March 2023 SASSA Payments Dates

Child Support Grants and All other Grants will be paid on Monday 06/03/2023. This includes individuals who receive a child support grant, as well as those who receive any other regular SASSA grants.

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It’s important to note that these payment dates are subject to change, and it’s always a good idea to check with SASSA or your bank for any updates or changes to the payment schedule.

If you receive a regular SASSA grant, it’s important to keep track of the payment schedule to ensure that you receive your payments on time. SASSA has announced the payment dates for March 2023, with Older Persons Grants and Disability Grants being paid earlier in the month and Child Support Grants and All other Grants being paid later in the month.

Remember to keep an eye out for any updates or changes to the payment schedule, and always contact SASSA or your bank if you have any questions or concerns.

Source : #SouthAfricaAsk and SASSA

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