How To Submit Sassa R350 Grant Appeal For September 2023

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Last Updated on August 31, 2023

How To Submit Sassa R350 Grant Appeal For September 2023

If you have applied for the R350 grant for September but were found to not qualify, you still have a chance to benefit from the R350 grant by submitting a Sassa appeal.

Every month, Sassa receives millions of applications for the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant. However, not everyone who applied will be successful and receive SRD grant payments.

Sassa gives unsuccessful applicants a second chance by applying to have their SRD grant application reconsidered by submitting an appeal. These appeals are meant for those who were rejected unfairly.

Appeals for the SRD grant can only be submitted online. Here’s how to submit an SRD grant appeal for September 2023:

How To Submit An SRD Grant Appeal

  1. Go to the SRD grant appeals Sassa website
  2. Click on the green bar that says ‘click here to lodge an appeal or check appeal status
  3. Enter your ID number
  4. Enter your cellphone number
  5. Click ‘send pin’ and wait for the SMS which will contain the verification pin
  6. Enter the pin and click ‘submit’
  7. Select the month you are submitting an appeal for
  8. Select the drop down arrow and choose the reason for your appeal
  9. Click ‘submit’

Once you’ve submitted your appeal, you’re going to want to do a Sassa status check to track your SRD grant appeal status.

How To Track Your SRD Grant Appeal Status

  1. Go to Sassa Appeals Website
  2. Enter ID number
  3. Enter telephone number
  4. Track appeal

​​​​​​You can also call the Sassa Call Centre on their cellphone number which is 0800 601 011.

The outcome of your appeal will be relayed through a confirmation message via SMS.

Why Your SRD Grant Might Have Been Rejected

The main requirement for the grant is that you receive no other income, grants, UIF money or NSFAS. If you receive any of these, you would not have been approved then.

Then, you might have been rejected and told that you are ‘IRP5 Registered’. This means that databases are picking you up as someone who pays tax which means you’re receiving an income.

If the reason you were rejected says that you’re receiving UIF and you’re not, this could be that the database is picking up old UIF payments or such.

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