The COVID-19 pandemic has caused financial distress for many individuals and families in South Africa. To provide relief, the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) has been distributing the COVID-19 SRD R350 grant to eligible applicants. However, some applicants have found themselves in a pending status, wondering why their applications have not yet been approved.
The reason why some applicants are still in a pending status is that SASSA suspects that they may have received some form of financial support recently. SASSA is doing further investigations to confirm this suspicion, and in most cases, such applications are declined.
It’s important to note that the COVID-19 SRD R350 grant is meant to provide temporary relief to those who have been negatively impacted by the pandemic and are in dire need of financial assistance. Therefore, applicants who have received other financial support, such as a salary, may not be eligible for the grant.
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However, if you are declined for the COVID-19 SRD R350 grant and believe that SASSA’s decision was made in error, you can submit an appeal application. The appeal application process is straightforward and can be completed online through the official SASSA website.
To submit an appeal application, simply visit the official website https://srd.dsd.gov.za/appeals/appeal and follow the instructions provided. You will need to provide relevant information and supporting documents to demonstrate that you meet the eligibility criteria for the grant.
If your application for the COVID-19 SRD R350 grant is still pending, it’s possible that SASSA is doing further investigations to confirm your eligibility. If you have received other forms of financial support recently, your application may be declined. However, if you believe that SASSA’s decision was made in error, you can submit an appeal application through the official SASSA website.
SASSA remains committed to providing support to those who need it most during these challenging times.
Source : #SouthAfricaAsk