how to appeal sassa srd grant

SRD R350 : Application for Reconsideration

This one goes out to those who have been declined especially for irp5 or ‘alternative source of income ” to appeal their application outcome. SASSA made this possible when applicants were unduly declined for apparently no genuine reason.

Read below and see how to apply for reconsideration :

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If your application was declined for any period and you had zero income in the preceding month, you may submit an application for reconsideration by clicking on the button below:

https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/reconsideration

Enter your ID number and the phone number used to apply and submit. After the follow the screen prompts by selecting the correct sections that addresses your issue:

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8 thoughts on “SRD R350 : Application for Reconsideration

  1. Hi there i have been approved for sassa distress relief grant and have been declined because of a irp5 i have not been working and is still not working i was at sassa office to find out what happened they said i must just wait (wait for nothing) what can i do about it thank you

  2. can someone please help me fone got stolen dont have the number that was registered for the grand what ‘no and already try doing simswap can’t do it sΓ³ what must me do

  3. please someone tell me what to do if your fone stole Γ‘nd can’t do simswap that’s my number for for sassa grant covid-19 any one that can help me with that

  4. As from may 2020 to July 2020 I did paid SRD R350 then they said no more money left for all of the following months came all say declined until now because of irp5 registered

  5. I’m unemployed since 2019 I was approved for the R350 social grant only received 4 payment in 2020 and declined up until now

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