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Sassa Grant Beneficiaries Made Up 60% Of 2023 Matrics

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Sassa Grant Beneficiaries Made Up 60% Of 2023 Matrics

Sassa Grant Beneficiaries Made Up 60% Of 2023 Matrics. Overview of Matric Exam Results and Social Development Minister’s Commendation.

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Matric Exam Statistics

    • 60% of 2023 Matric Learners Were SASSA Grant Beneficiaries.
    • 543,786 Social Grant Beneficiaries among 897,775 Grade 12 Learners.
    • Notable Performance: 62 Social Grant Beneficiaries Among Top Performers.

Pass Rates and Achievements

    • Social Grant Beneficiaries Achieved an 82.9% Overall Pass Rate.
    • 202,156 Achieved a Bachelor’s Pass; 160,326 Earned Distinctions.

Child Support Grants

    • Child Support Grants Commonly Provided, Especially in KwaZulu-Natal.
    • Overview of Child Support Grant’s Purpose and Distribution.

Children in Conflict with the Law

    • 1,630 Children in Conflict with the Law Registered for 2023 NSC.
    • State’s Obligation under the Child Justice Act and UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Integrated Data Systems

    • Coordination and Tracking of Health and Education Outcomes.
    • Collaboration between Departments: Social Development, SASSA, Education, and NSFAS.

Higher Education Opportunities

    • Exemption of Grant Beneficiaries from Means Testing for NSFAS Bursaries.
    • Successful Collaboration Promoting Higher Education Opportunities.

Conclusion

    • Minister Zulu’s Emphasis on Education as a Tool to Break the Cycle of Poverty.
    • Government’s Pro-Poor Policies and Educational Initiatives in Poverty Reduction Over 30 Years.

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Appeals For May 2024 SASSA Grants R370

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Appeals For May 2024 SASSA Grants R370

Appeals For May 2024 SASSA Grants R370. Every month, thousands of South Africans apply for the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant, provided by the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa). While many applications are successful, some are unfortunately rejected. If your application for the R370 Sassa grant for May 2024 has been turned down, don’t lose hope – you have the option to appeal.

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The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa)

distributes several permanent grants aimed at assisting financially vulnerable people living in South Africa. Grants include the Older Persons pension grant, Disability grant, War Veterans grant, Care Dependency grant, Foster Child grant, Child Support grant, Child Support grant Top-Up, and Grant-in-aid. Since 2020, Sassa has also provided the Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant to unemployed individuals.

The initial value for the SRD grant was R350 per month. In March 2024, the Finance Minister announced an increase, setting the value at R370 per month, effective since 1 April.

SRD grant applications are accepted monthly. Some R370 Sassa grant applications will be rejected, prompting Sassa to allow rejected applicants to submit a Sassa appeal.

The R370 SRD Grant

Initially set at R350 per month, the SRD grant saw an increase in March 2024, with its value now standing at R370 per month, effective from April 1.

Submitting an SRD Grant Appeal Application

If your application for the R370 Sassa grant has been rejected, you have the option to appeal. Follow these steps to lodge an appeal:

  1. Visit the SRD grant appeals Sassa website.
  2. Click on the green bar labeled ‘click here to lodge an appeal or check Sassa appeal status’.
  3. Enter your ID number and cellphone number.
  4. Click ‘send pin’ and wait for the verification pin to arrive via SMS.
  5. Enter the pin and click ‘submit’.
  6. Select the month you are appealing for and choose the reason for your appeal from the drop-down menu.
  7. Click ‘submit’.

Tracking Your Sassa SRD Grant Appeal Status

After submitting your appeal, it’s essential to track its status. Follow these steps:

  1. Visit the Sassa Appeals Website.
  2. Enter your ID number and telephone number.
  3. Click ‘track appeal’.

Alternatively, you can inquire about your appeal status by calling the Sassa Call Centre at 0800 601 011.

Don’t be disheartened if your initial application is rejected. By following the appeal process, you stand a chance of receiving the much-needed financial assistance provided by the R370 Sassa grant for May 2024. Stay informed and persistent throughout the process to ensure your appeal receives the attention it deserves.

Conclusion

The ability to appeal a rejected R370 SASSA grant application offers hope to those in need. By following the simple steps outlined, applicants can potentially secure the financial assistance they require, ensuring their well-being during challenging times.

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