Sassa is an online platform that allows you to manage your finances, bills, and other expenses. One of the great things about Sassa is its status check process. Whenever there’s a change or update to your records, Sassa will email you to let you know. This helps keep you up-to-date on your finances and makes it easy to reconcile your accounts at the end of the month. Recently, however, there have been some changes to Sassa’s status check process which have left some customers feeling confused and frustrated. In this blog post, we will explore these changes and help you understand what they mean for you.
If you applied for Sassa, do check your sassa status to see if it is approved or not.
Sassa Status Check Reconsideration Process
The process for reconsidering the status of Sassa is now underway. The first step is to gather input from all interested parties. This input will be used to formulate a plan of action that will be put before the membership for further discussion and vote.
Once the plan has been approved by the membership, it will be implemented. This includes a revision of the governance structure and procedures, as well as an update to the Sassa Constitution.
How do I have my R350 Grant reconsidered?
If you would like your R350 Sassa grant reconsidered, please complete the following form. Please note that your request will be considered on a case-by-case basis and may take up to six (6) months to process. Please include:
- Your name
- Date of Birth
- E-mail address
- Telephone Number
- Documentation of your income (pay stubs, bank statements, etc.)
How to Access via the SRD SASSA Gov Login
If you are having difficulties logging into the SASSA Gov portal, please try one of these methods:
- Reset your password by clicking on the “Forgot Your Password?” link in the login section of the portal
- Use a different browser to access the SASSA Gov portal
- Contact customer support for assistance.
SASSA Reconfirmation no longer required
If you are applying for a new or renewal social assistance number (SASSA number), then you no longer need to reconfirm your application status with SASSA.
The Social Assistance Status Reconfirmation (SASSR) process has been discontinued and will no longer be required as part of the application process. If you have any questions about how your application is progressing, please contact Sassa’s official.
What happens if my SASSA reapplication fails?
If your SASSA reapplication has failed, you can resubmit it. If you have already submitted the reapplication but it has not yet been processed, you will need to follow the special instructions for processing a failed reapplication. Once your reapplication is processed, and your new identification number is assigned, you will be able to view your application status or Sassa status check through the Sassa website.
The Sassa status check reconsideration process is an important part of the overall governance of Sassa. The reconsideration process helps to ensure that all members have access to available resources and that all decisions made by Sassa are consistent with its mandate. In order to conduct a fair reconsideration process, it is essential that all stakeholders have the opportunity to provide their inputs and perspectives. We thank you for engaging in the reconsideration process, and we look forward to hearing your feedback as we move forward.