Have you applied for the SASSA R350 grant and had your application declined? These may be the reasons why.
The South African Social Security Agency has said that there are a number of circumstances under which your application may be declined.
Applications that do not meet the qualification criteria are declined for the following reasons.
Reasons for the decline of your SASSA R350 grant application:
- If SASSA finds that as an applicant you have been employed and it is indicated that you have made income tax contributions.
- If the personal details that you have provided do not match the ones from the Department of Home Affairs.
- If it is found that as the applicant, you are a current recipient of a Social grant other than a child grant.
- If you are registered with and benefit from the National Student Fund Aid Scheme.
- If the applicant qualifies for UIF benefits based on TERS OR Contributions to UIF OR is currently receiving the Unemployment Insurance Fund benefit.
- The applicant is employed in a government institution.
- Your SRD grant can also be declined if you do not meet the age requirements or are above the age of 60.
- If as a beneficiary you have been registered as deceased on the Department of Home Affairs database.
SASSA has also stated that all received applications for the Special Covid-19 SRD R350 grant are verified on a monthly basis, to confirm if they meet the qualification criteria.
For more information on the factors that could result in the cancellation of your SASSA R350 grant, Click here.
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