How long does it take SASSA to pay after it has been approved?
How long it takes for the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) to pay a grant after it has been approved depends on a number of things, such as the method of payment and the person’s bank or credit card information.
If the payment is being sent to a bank account through an electronic funds transfer (EFT), it can take a few days for the money to show up in the account. If the payment is going to be put on an SASSA card, the person should get it on the next payment date.
Reasons Why your SASSA payment may be late,
There are many things that could cause an SASSA payment to be late. Some of the most common ones are:
- Information on the application form that was wrong or not complete.
- Not sending in the necessary supporting documents.
- Fraud is being looked into or looked at in the grant application.
- The grant application is on hold while an appeal is being heard.
- The SASSA payment system has problems with how it works or how it is run.
- The grant application has been put on hold while the grantee’s finances or health are looked at.
- The SASSA office is too busy and there are delays.
- The bank account information given is wrong.
It’s important to know that SASSA will tell the grantee about any delays, and the grantee should contact SASSA if they haven’t heard about the delay.
If you’re having any issue with your SASSA grant, you can comment below for further assistance.