The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) grant payment dates for 2022/2023 has been released by the South African Social Development Ministry.
The payment schedule is aimed to give beneficiaries a smooth sail on SASSA payment. The decision will also give the ministry an easier time remitting the allowances.
- Child support grant – Increased by R15 to R460
- Old age grant – Increased by R30 to R1890
- Old age over 75 grant – Increased by R30 to R1910
- War veterans grant – Increased by R30 to R1910
- Disability grant – Increased by R30 to R1890
- Foster care grant – Increased by R10 to R1050
- Care dependency – Increased by R30 to R1890
SASSA Payment Dates 2022 Calendar
You might ask, when is the next SASSA payment? The authorities of the South African Social Security Agency has published the dates for the collection of social grants monthly. However, a few changes have been made to the issue. A new model has been curated and a schedule created for the collection of grants up to 2023. You ought to check out the schedule for SASSA payment dates for 2022 and 2023.
SASSA Payment Dates for April 2022
According to the schedule, SASSA payment dates for 2021 March will be as follows.
The month of May is well into the fourth day of its first week and the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) is gearing up to disburse this month’s batch of the R350 grant.
With this in mind, it may be important for you as a R350 grant beneficiary to familiarize yourself with May’s R350 grant payment dates as listed below:
- 02 MAY: NO PAYMENT
- 03 MAY: NO PAYMENT
- 04 MAY: NO PAYMENT
- 05 MAY: NO PAYMENT
- 06 MAY: NO PAYMENT
- 09 MAY: 080 & 085
- 10 MAY: 081 & 086
- 11 MAY: 082 & 087
- 12 MAY: 083 & 088
- 13 MAY: 084 & 089
- 16 MAY: 080 & 085
- 17 MAY: 081 & 086
- 18 MAY: 082 & 087
- 19 MAY: 083 & 088
- 20 MAY: 084 & 089
- 23 MAY: 080 & 085
- 24 MAY: 081 & 086
- 25 MAY: 082 & 087
- 26 MAY: 083 & 088
- 27 MAY: 084 & 089
- 30 MAY : 080 & 085
- 31 MAY : 081 & 08
The dates listed above are arranged according to the last three digits of a beneficiary’s ID number. Beneficiaries are also advised to wait for an SMS informing them their grant is ready for collection.
Should you not receive an SMS, do not visit the post office, as your grant will not be available for collection.
Sassa has also stated that you do not need to fetch your grant on the first day and that the money will always be there for you to collect.
Should you be receiving your R350 grant through a bank account, it’s good to know that there is no fixed payment date, as Sassa has assured beneficiaries that they will receive the money that they are owed.