Appeal for SASSA SRD R350 Reconsideration

You have performed the SASSA status check today and it returns with a status declined or status failed result, right? Well, you are in luck today.

SASSA can decline the SRD grant application if it does not fulfill the eligibility criteria. So if you are not eligible for the Social Relief of Distress grant, you can not apply for it. However, if you think you are truly eligible for this grant but SASSA has declined your application then you can appeal for the SASSA SRD reconsideration application.

How to Appeal for SASSA SRD R350 Grant Reconsideration?

Before you start the appeal process, it’s important to understand why your application was declined. You can find this information by checking your application status on the SASSA website.

After that, you need to collect your required documents which are:

  • South African ID
  • Cell phone number
  • Means test certificate

Now you can proceed with the consideration application. Note that, you only have 90 days to submit the appeal after the date of declined status.

Submit Reconsideration Appeal on srd.sassa.gov.za/appeals

Submit Reconsideration Appeal on srd.sassa.gov.zaappeals
  1. Go to your web browser and paste this URL there (https://srd.sassa.gov.za/appeals/)
  2. Now click on the green button that contains the text “Click here to lodge an SRD grant appeal”.
  3. Now you need to enter your phone number and verify it via PIN or OTP code.
  4. SASSA will show you an appeal application form to fill out.
  5. Select the reason for appeal.
  6. Fill out the form.
  7. Submit the form and wait for the approval.

SASSA Status Check for Appeal of Reconsideration

Your job is not done here. You need to stay updated with your appeal status. But how will you get your appeal status? The answer is:

  1. Visit the SRD appeal web portal.
  2. Open the appeal status page.
  3. Enter your reconsideration ID.
  4. Check your appeal status online.

SASSA SRD R350 Reapplication

For those who haven’t submitted their SRD reapplication for this month, they need to do it right now to get the payment. However, there are three ways to submit the SASSA reapplication for the SRD R350 grant.

  1. Via SRD Reapplication Portal
  2. Via WhatsApp Chat
  3. Via SASSA Office

SASSA Reapplication on https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/reconsideration

  1. Go to https://srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/reconsideration.
  2. Click on the SRD R350 reapplication.
  3. Enter your SA ID number.
  4. Type your cell phone number linked with your SRD grant.
  5. SASSA will send you an OTP on your phone number. Provide the OTP to verify your application.
  6. Now choose the date for the reapplication period like June 2024.
  7. Submit the application.

SRD R350 Reapplication Appeal on WhatsApp

  1. Open your WhatsApp and save the contact 0600 123 456 as SASSA.
  2. Start a chat with SASSA by sending a message code “SRD COVID-19”.
  3. Get a response with the application form.
  4. Fill out the form and that’s it.

Visit the SASSA Office to Appeal for Reapplication

  1. Go to the SASSA office and bring all of your ID documents with you.
  2. Go to the SASSA officer and ask for the reapplication form.
  3. Check the form and fill it out with your details.
  4. Sign the form and submit it.
  5. Get a stamped dated receipt as proof of reapplication.

What if My SASSA Reconsideration Status is Declined?

SASSA can also decline your reconsideration status. In such cases, you need to appeal to the Independent Tribunal for Social Assistance Appeals (ITSAA). That is your last hope to appeal and get your SRD payment.

F.A.Q

How do I apply for SRD reconsideration?

You can apply for SRD reconsideration using the SASSA appeal portal.

How do I appeal my declined SASSA?

You can appeal your declined SASSA using the srd.sassa.gov.za/sc19/reconsideration website.

How to check SRD appeal online?

You can check the SRD appeal online using your SA ID and phone number.

How do you check if your appeal is approved?

You can check if your appeal is approved by visiting the official SASSA website.

Updated: 9 June 2024 — 8:14 pm

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