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Breaking News: SASSA Launches Online Grant Application Portal

As from Monday, 14 September 2020 social grant applicants will be able to apply for certain social grants online. The pilot project will at this stage cover the Child Support, Older Persons, and Foster Child grants. Applications can be lodged on https://services.sassa.gov.za which is a secure website. After reviewing the system other grants will also be added to the portal.

This should be a relief to grant applicants as it will save them the inconvenience of standing in queues at SASSA offices in order to apply for their grants. The added advantage is that the convenience of online applications eliminates the risk of being infected with the COVID-19 virus because there will be no need to gather at public places in order to apply. This remote self-service will be possible on both a computer and a mobile phone. The turnaround time is 10 days, provided the applicant supplies all the stipulated documents such as identity documents of applicant and spouse as well as banking details among others.

This will enable access to the following SASSA services:

  • Applications for grants for Foster child grant, Older persons grant and Child Support grant
  • Online submission of the required supporting documentation linked to the application;
  • Change of circumstances (Payment method, banking details, address);
  • Status of application

To access this service, applicants need to have an email address to sign up and to be able to login for further services. Feedback to applicants will be sent through SMS notification to applicants with no email addresses and an email response will be sent to applicants choosing to be contacted by email. A receipt will be generated when the application is completed.

The testing of the system will run from 14 September 2020 till 25 September 2020. It is important to note that required supporting documents to be attached must be certified. These documents should be certified by a commissioner of oaths.

Issued on behalf of SASSA

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35 thoughts on “Breaking News: SASSA Launches Online Grant Application Portal

  1. Good day, please assist me with how I will receive my payment that has been approved for June, July and august but I have not received payment via ewallet as I requested cos my sim not Rica on my name.. How do I collect my payment.

  2. Hi can u plse assist me with this covid 19 Unemployed released money of R350..

    I do apply sins 27th off April sins that time I do not received any payment of my application I do apply 3 times after that but still nothing yet..I helped my daughter nd my uncle aftr my application 1 month ago they’re got there money but till today there’s still no payment for me now I’m asking what’s going on nd why is my application decline nd I’m also unemployment sins 2yrs ago I have no income..

  3. Dear SASSA i did do an application for Petrus Johannes Jansen Van Niewenhuizen in December but have no reply back

  4. Please how do I apply for Old Age Pension as I am now 73 and my husband is 72 . Please could you forward us the documentation and to what address they must be returned to., as I feel we are too old to go and stand in the ques
    here in East London as that is where we stay. If you could help us we would be much appreciated .
    Many thanks
    Mrs Sue Van Biljon.

  5. Please sassa if someone receives already a pension what is the minimum a person should get to apply for sassa old age pension.

  6. Ived applied the first time whn ths grant has been available to everyone but thn they send m a mess about m application is approved but there is a problem with m surname. I dnt understand. Can u plz explain it to m

  7. I need a job in sassa to be data capturer,I have my cv on my phone,how do I apply for job vacancy?my aim is to serve our community

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