Sassa Payment Dates for January 2023 – Check Details

Sassa knows that the public holidays in January 2023 will affect many of our beneficiaries. Currently, we are taking all necessary steps to ensure that grant payments are made correctly on the first Monday of February. Sassa grant payment dates for January 2023 are listed below.

Each month, the South African Social Security Agency distributes millions of grants. South Africans aim to give back to their communities, and according to a report by the Department of Social Development, 31% rely on social grants to make ends meet.

Sassa administers a variety of grants to eligible citizens, including the Child Support Grant, the Old Age Pension, and the Disability Grant. Its responsibility is to implement a national system for paying social grants to eligible citizens.

Sassa Payment Dates For January 2023

The following Sassa payment dates are for January 2023:

Payment Dates

Older Person’s GrantTuesday, 3 January 2023
Disability GrantWednesday, 4 January 2023
All other GrantsThursday, 5 January 2023

Every month, only qualifying beneficiaries will receive social grant payments.

SASSA beneficiaries in South Africa will now receive the following grant amounts:

Old age and disability grantsR1 990
Persons over the age of 75 and war veterans  R2 010
Foster careR1 070
Care dependency R1 990
Child support R480

R350 SRD Sassa Payment Dates For January 2023

If you receive your Sassa R350 SRD grant payments through your bank account, there is no fixed payment date.

Sassa grant payments can be transferred directly into bank accounts or Sassa cards through CashSend.

Sassa Grant Payments of R350 can be collected at supermarkets such as Shoprite, Checkers, USave, Boxer, and Pick n Pay.

Those who wish to collect their R350 grant should wait for an SMS telling them that they can do so. If they haven’t received an SMS yet, they should not go out to collect it.

SASSA confirmed, “There is no need to withdraw cash on the first day.”. The money will remain in the account until it is needed.”

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