Sassa Encourages SRD Beneficiaries to Update Their Details

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SRD Beneficiaries encouraged to Update Their Details

The South African Social Security Agency is encouraging SRD Beneficiaries to update their details on the SRD system. Those who their details are incomplete or incorrect on the system are given up to 07 July 2022 to update their details.

Sassa Encourages SRD Beneficiaries to Update Their Details
Sassa Encourages SRD Beneficiaries to Update Their Details

Sassa Message to SRD Beneficiaries

Clients can update personal information which was initially incorrectly provided on the SRD website and/or alter their responses to the screening questions asked in their application. This can be done as from Friday 01 July 2022 on the SRD website at

Due Date for Details Updating

Clients who wish to update their screening questions for the assessment of the April and May 2022 Periods, should update their details by no later than 07 July 2022.

Updating Banking Details on SRD System

Previously, the agency encouraged beneficiaries to update details to include banking details for pay outs. “All applicants for the COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress grant were encouraged to update their details on the system, to have the grant paid into their own personal bank account, as this is the safest way in which to receive the funds.”

The Post Office Message

The South African Post Office also encourages SRD Beneficiaries to cashout their funds at merchants such as Pick n Pay, Boxer, Shoprite and USave. The Post Office is no longer issuing out the SRD grant payments.

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