The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) provides grants and financial assistance to those in need. This includes the R350 Special Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant, which has been made available to alleviate the financial strain caused by the coronavirus pandemic. In this article, we will discuss how to check the status of your R350 payment and what the payment dates are for February 2021.
Sassa Status Check
SASSA provides a convenient online tool to check the status of your R350 payment. To check your status, you will need your South African ID number and your SASSA reference number. Once you have these details, you can visit the SASSA website and enter your information. The website will then confirm if your payment has been processed and when it will be sent to your bank account.
R350 Payment Dates for February 2021
The R350 payment for February 2021 is scheduled to arrive in bank accounts on the following dates:
- 8th February 2021
- 15th February 2021
- 22nd February 2021
- 29th February 2021
These payments are made on a weekly basis, so if you are expecting a payment, you should check your bank account on one of these dates.
The R350 Special Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress grant is a vital lifeline for many South Africans, and SASSA provides a convenient online tool to check the status of your payment. Remember, the payments are made on a weekly basis, so if you are expecting a payment, you should check your bank account on the 8th, 15th, 22nd, or 29th of February 2021.
The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is determining the payment dates for the R350 special Covid-19 grant for February 2021. The payments will roll out beginning on 3rd of February 2021 and end on the 26th of February 2021. This grant was introduced by the South African government to provide financial assistance to persons affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The R350 SASSA payment will be issued to beneficiaries via the South African Post Office. Before the payments start, applicants for the grant must check their SASSA status to ensure that their qualifications for the payment are still valid. To apply for the payment and to check the status of their application, individuals should visit https://www.sassa.gov.za/.
On the website, they will be able to view their payment profile, make changes to their registration details, and manage their application. The website also provides a R350 payment tracking function. This means beneficiaries can track where the payment is and the estimated time it will be delivered.
In addition, applicants should be aware that the post office will require a valid South African identity (ID) book in order to collect their payment. If any of the personal information on the ID book has changed since the time of the application, applicants must report the updated details to their closest SASSA office.
Finally, the SASSA payment schedule for February is as follows:
3rd – 8th February – Western Cape
8th – 15th February – Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and Free State
15th – 22nd February – Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Limpopo
22nd – 26th February – North West and Northern Province
We hope all recipients of the R350 grant will find this article informative and helpful. For more information, please visit the SASSA website for additional details.