Reapplication of SRD Grant

Reapplication of SRD Grant

Application for the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) SRD r350 grant is not a sure guarantee that your r350 grants application will be approved. In situations like this, you are allowed to appeal and reapply for the SASSA (Social Relief Of Distress) SRD grant.

Your SASSA SRD appeal must be submitted within a period of 90 days after your application was declined. Any attempts after this time period will be overlooked by the SASSA team. All appeals shall be submitted to the Department of Social Development Independent Tribunal for Social Assistance Appeals (ITSAA) as part of the appeal process. Once your appeal is accepted, you will then be able to re-apply for the SASSA SRD r350 grants.

In this post, we will learn how to re-apply for your SRD r350 grants. We will also learn how to check your appeal and application status in your SASSA application portal.

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Steps for Reapplication of SRD Grant Online

The following guidelines will assist you with how to re-apply SASSA SRD r350 grant after your application has been denied;

  1. Visit the SRD Appeal website
  2. Type in your ID number and mobile number used in your application.
  3. Click on send pin and await an SMS with a verification PIN
  4. Enter the verification PIN on the appeal website and click on the submit button
  5. Your SRD r350 appeal has now been submitted

SASSA SRD R350 Appeals Deadline 2024

The SRD R350 Grant has a 90-day appeals process deadline. This means that anyone with a rejected or failed status has up to 90 days to appeal.

How to check SRD r350 appeal status online

Your SRD r350 appeal will pass through a number of stages before a final decision will be taken. This may take between 60days to 90days for a decision to be made. During this process, you can log into your SASSA application portal to check the status of your SRD r350 appeal with these steps

  1. Visit the SRD r350 Appeal website
  2. Enter your ID number and mobile number used in your SRD application
  3. Click on the submit button
  4. Wait for the system to display your appeal status 

Read Also: How to Check SASSA Status

SASSA SRD r350 Grants Appeal Status  and Meaning

SRD Appeal StatusMeaning
Alternative Income Source Identified
This means the applicant has a balance of R595 or more coming into their bank account, for the reconsidered period.
Identity Verification FailedThis means the personal information you provided in your application does not match the information provided by the Department of Home Affairs.
Existing SASSA GrantThis means the applicant was receiving a social grant during the reconsidered period.
NSFAS RegisteredThis means the applicant was receiving NSFAS (National Student Financial Aid Scheme) funds during the reconsidered period
UIF RegisteredThis means the applicant received a UIF payment during the reconsidered period.
Gov payroll RegisteredThis means the applicant was employed within a government institution during the reconsidered period
Age outside range(>60)This means the applicant is over 60 years of age and therefore does not meet the age requirement during the reconsidered period
Deceased record on DHAThis means the applicant is registered as deceased on the Department of Home Affairs database during the reconsidered period.

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9 thoughts on “Reapplication of SRD Grant

  1. Nee the money not working ND I have to pay rent were I stay and wormen dat apply for me did move out of Capricorn no more staying here I need change phone numbers

  2. I’m not working since 2020 350 rejects me I did more than 8appeal still there pending but 350 ya 2020 April approved I receive payment last mnth but the rest declined and pending how sassa

  3. Hi i applied for srd r350 and when i logged in i saw that someone already applied on behalf of me and with exactly my id number.Now i can not apply
    How can it be possible and i turned 18 on September 19 this year

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