Where To Collect Your R350 Grant Payments For July 2023

Millions of individuals have met the eligibility criteria for the R350 grant. The agency responsible for the payment of the R350 grant has now revealed where successful applicants can collect their money in July 2023. 

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has announced that around 7 million individuals have been approved to receive the R350 grant. These individuals submitted successful R350 grant applications and were deemed eligible after meeting all the R350 grant eligibility criteria.

If a grant application is approved for payment of the R350 grant, they must wait for an SMS from Sassa. The SMS from Sassa informs them that their application was successful and their money is available for collection. 

Once they receive an SMS from Sassa confirming they can collect their money, they will receive their money via the payment method they chose when they submitted a R350 grant application. 

Here Where To Collect Your Grant In 2023 

Bank Account 

R350 Grant Beneficiaries can choose to have their grant paid directly into their bank account. This allows them to access the money as soon as it is available. 

Cash Send 

Individuals who do not have a bank account can make use of the R350 grant CashSend payment option. Beneficiaries use their ID numbers and phone numbers to access their grant money. You must have a cellphone with a registered cellphone number and proof of identification to use this grant payment method. 

Retail Stores 

Grant beneficiaries can collect their R350 grant at several retail stores around the country. Pick N Pay, Checkers, Shoprite and Boxer stores pay the R350 grant. 

If your R350 grant application was successful, you are not required to reapply for the grant. However, Sassa will verify your eligibility status every month. If you continue to meet the qualification criteria, you will be paid until the implementation of the grant comes to an end. 

If your grant application was rejected by Sassa you can submit an R350 grant appeal. This appeal application must be submitted to the Independent Tribunal For Social Assistance Appeals.