My SASSA Card Expires in April 2023 04/2023, What Do I Do?

If you are a recipient of the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) and your SASSA debit card is set to expire in April 2023, you may be wondering what steps you need to take in order to ensure that you continue to receive your grant payments. The good news is that your card is still valid until the end of April 2023 (04/2023), which means that you will be able to use it to collect your grants for April 2023.

It is important to note that after you receive your April 2023 payment, you will be required to renew your expiring SASSA debit card in order to receive your May 2023 payments. SASSA will announce their renewal plan for you, just as they did for the March 2023 payments.

Renewing your SASSA debit card is a straightforward process, and there are a number of options available to you.

The image below outline the steps involved in renewal of the SASSA Card which was used for March 2023 but we believe, it won’t be different for April 2023.

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It is important that you take the necessary steps to renew your SASSA debit card in a timely manner, as failing to do so may result in a delay in receiving your grant payments. If you have any questions or concerns about the renewal process, you can contact SASSA directly for assistance.

To summarise, if your SASSA debit card is expiring in April 2023, rest assured that your card is still valid until the end of April and you will be able to use it to collect your grants for that month. After receiving your April payment, make sure to renew your card in order to continue receiving your grant payments for May 2023 and beyond. Stay informed about SASSA’s renewal plan and don’t hesitate to seek assistance if needed.

2 thoughts on “My SASSA Card Expires in April 2023 04/2023, What Do I Do?”

  1. I have all my documents to have it paid into my bank account when can I take in my papers I live in Mitchell’s plain

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