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SASSA grant payment dates for October, November and December 2022

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The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) distributes grants and allowances to disadvantaged individuals in the country who require financial assistance.  

If you are beneficiary of a Sassa grant then you may be interested to know when you will be receiving your grant payment. These include grants for children, the older persons grants, disability grants and the R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant.

Here is the payment schedule for the rest of the year.

Beneficiaries can receive their Sassa grant payments through their Sassa card, through CashSend or directly into their bank account.

Payments can be collected at selected supermarkets such as Pick n Pay, Boxer, Shoprite, Checkers or USave merchants.

Here are the grant payment dates for the rest of 2022:

October:

  • Older person’s grant: Monday 3 October – This includes any grants linked to this account
  • Disability grant: Tuesday 4 October – This includes any grants linked to this account
  • Rest of the Sassa grants: Wednesday 5 October

November:

  • Older person’s grant: Wednesday 2 November – This includes any grants linked to this account
  • Disability grant: Thursday 3 November – This includes any grants linked to this account
  • Rest of the Sassa grants: Friday 4 November

December:

  • Older person’s grant: Thursday 1 December – This includes any grants linked to this account
  • Disability grant: Friday 2 December – This includes any grants linked to this account
  • Rest of the Sassa grants: Monday 5 December

Only qualifying beneficiaries will receive the social grant payouts every month.

It is also important to note that these payment dates are not fixed and could change. Beneficiaries can view the updated payment dates on the SRD grant website. 

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