How to change your SASSA PIN online.
The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) SRD (Special Relief of Distress) grant is a way for the South African government to help people who are having trouble paying their bills because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The grant is meant to help people pay for things like food and housing that they need to live. The grant is given out through an electronic funds transfer (EFT) or an SASSA SRD pin, which can be used at a store that takes part in the SASSA SRD program to get the money.
How to Reset Sassa pin online
You can change your SASSA SRD pin number online. Changing your SASSA SRD pin online can be done in different ways depending on which website you use. In general, you will need to give personal information, like your ID number, and you may be asked to verify your identity with a one-time pin (OTP) sent to your phone. After your identity has been confirmed, you will be able to change your SASSA SRD pin. But it’s important to know that you can’t reset your SASSA SRD pin online through the site’s official page. For more information and help, it’s best to call the SASSA toll-free number or go to an SASSA office.
Step by step procedure how you can change your SASSA pin
How to reset your Sassa pin online,
- Go to www.sassa.gov.za to find out more about the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA).
- Click on “Services” and choose “Reset PIN” from the menu that appears.
- Enter your South African ID number and click “Submit.”
- Answer a few security questions to prove who you are.
- Make a new PIN and double-check it.
- To finish the process, click on “Submit.”
If you are having trouble verifying your identity online, you may need to give more information or documents to prove who you are.
If you’re having any issue with changing your SASSA pin, you can comment below for further assistance.