Sassa Facts

Full Facts About SASSA Loans And How To Apply

According to SASSA, money lenders who exploit South African consumers usually target pensioners and social grant recipients by offering loans that have high interest rates. In recent cases, a SASSA recipient applied for a loan and the money lender requested that that she sign up for an additional card and …

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Sassa Payment Dates and Methods

Social grants are usually paid from the first of every month  whether or not the day falls over a weekend or public holiday. SASSA will pay beneficiaries who use banks, ATM’s and merchant outlets from the 01 January despite the day falling on a public holiday. As usual, this applies …

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Where Do You Apply For A Sassa Grant and Get Approved Quickly

Proof of identity • Applicants who do not have a 13 digit bar coded Identity Book, or birth certificate for children involved in the application can still apply for a grant. Please obtain information from your nearest SASSA office on the alternative documents which are accepted for grant applications. Refugees …

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Qualifying Requirements By SASSA For Child Grants

You should apply at the SASSA office nearest to where you live. If you are too old or too sick to apply for the grant at the office you may have a friend or family member apply on your behalf. You can also arrange for a home visit, although you …

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Qualifying Requirements By SASSA For War Veteran’s Grant

You should apply at the SASSA office nearest to where you live. If you are too old or too sick to apply for the grant at the office you may have a friend or family member apply on your behalf. You can also arrange for a home visit, although you …

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Full Details Of Care Dependency Grant by South African Social Security Agency (SASSA)

The value of the Care Dependency Grant is R1,780 per month from April 2019. The Care Dependency Grant is given to the caregivers of children with disabilities. The child must be found permanently and severely medically disabled by a medical officer and must be under the age of 18. The …

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