Determine which grant you are eligible for: There are different types of grants available from SASSA, each with its own eligibility criteria. These grants include old age grants, disability grants, child support grants, foster care grants, and care dependency grants. You can visit the SASSA website or contact the SASSA call center to find out which grant you may be eligible for.
Gather the required documentation: Once you know which grant you want to apply for, you’ll need to gather the necessary documents to support your application. These may include your ID document, proof of income, proof of residence, and medical certificates or reports (if you’re applying for a disability grant).
Submit your application: You can submit your application in person at your nearest SASSA office or online through the SASSA website. Make sure to include all the required documents and information with your application.
Wait for your application to be processed: SASSA will review your application and may contact you if they need more information or documents. If your application is approved, you will receive a notification and your grant payments will start.
Renew your grant: Some grants need to be renewed periodically, so make sure to check with SASSA on how often you need to renew your grant and what documents you’ll need to provide.
It’s important to note that SASSA grants are only available to South African citizens or permanent residents who meet the eligibility criteria. If you’re unsure whether you’re eligible for a SASSA grant, you can contact the SASSA call center for assistance.
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