SASSA has published the SASSA Grant payment dates for February 2023. Beneficiaries of the various grants are to make sure they get the payment dates right.
In this article, you’re going to know SASSA grant payments for February 2023.
So, if you are a beneficiary of any of the South African Social Security Agency grants, looking forward to be paid for February 2023, then you’re on the right page.
We should therefore, get to the dates.
SASSA Grant Payment Dates For February 2023
|SASSA Grants||Payment Dates|
|Older Person’s Grant||Thursday 2 February 2023|
|Disability Grant||Friday 3 February 2023|
|SRD R350 Grant||Monday 6 February 2023|
|All Other Grants||Monday 6 February 2023|
Will SASSA Pay February 2023 Grants?
Yes, the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is going to pay beneficiaries of the various grants for February 2023.
It has in addition, published the SASSA payments date for February 2023 on its social media pages to confirm that approved beneficiaries of the grants will receive their monies.
When Will SASSA Pay Old Person’s Grant For February 2023?
According to SASSA, payment for Old Person’s Grant for February 2023 will be made to approved applicants and beneficiaries on Thursday, 02 February 2023.
All beneficiaries of SASSA Old Person’s Grant are to remember that they can collect their grant from the scheduled date.
When Will SASSA Pay SRD R350 Grant For February 2023?
The Social Relief of Distress (SRD) R350 Grant for February 2023 will be paid on Monday 06 February 2023.
If you’re an approved applicant of the SASSA SRD R350 Grant, you should check your grant status and confirm your pay date.
Additionally, check if you have received an SMS on the mobile phone number that you used to register for the R350 Grant.
The SMS will contain the date on which you will receive your grant payment.
If you have not received your July and August payment yet, I recommend that you check the reasons from Why Is My July And August SASSA SRD R350 Grant Pending? for further explanation.
When Will SASSA Pay Disability Grant For February 2023?
Approved applicants and beneficiaries of SASSA Disability Grant are to expect their February 2023 payments on Friday 03 February 2023.
Again, applicants can collect their disability grant payment starting from Friday 3rd February 2023.
When Will SASSA Pay Other Grants For February 2023?
According to SASSA, all other grants will be paid on Monday 06 February 2023.
These grants include permanent grants like Child Support Grant, Foster Care Grant, Grant in Aid, War Veterans Grant, and the Care Dependency Grant.
If you are a beneficiary of any of these grants, then you should expect your payment on the 6th of February 2023.
How Do I Collect My SASSA February 2023 Grant Payment?
If you’re a beneficiary of any of the SASSA grant, then I’m sure you have selected a payment method with which you receive your grant’s payment.
If so, then you’ll collect your February SASSA Grant payment via your chosen payment method.
The SASSA payment methods include bank payment, ATMs, Retailers like Shoprite, U-Save, Boxer, Pick n Pay, and Checkers.
How Will I Know My SASSA February Payment Is Paid?
Once you know your payment date as published by SASSA itself, it is possible that your payment has been made already from scheduled date for your specific grant.
However, you don’t need to rush to collect your money on the same day.
This is because, once your money is paid into your account, it will remain there until you see the need to collect it.
Why Is My SRD R350 Grant Approved For February But No Date?
Sometimes, this happens. For clarity you should read Why Is My SRD Grant Approved But No Pay Date? for explanation and how to fix it.
In conclusion, according to the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA), all approved applicants and beneficiaries of the various grants of the agency are going to be paid for February 2023.
SASSA applicants and beneficiaries are to note the payment dates for the various grant.
For further enquiries about your SASSA February 2023 payments, you should go to www.srd.sassa.gov.za or call 0800 60 10 11.
You can ask your questions in the comment.