Social relief of distress is a temporary provision of assistance intended for persons in such a dire material need that they are unable to meet their families’ most basic needs.
The information below will guide you on the SRD SASSA R350 Grant
Before you follow the links to apply for the SRD SASSA R350 Grant, please make sure you have read the following and met the requirements.
SRD SASSA R350 Grant Important Info
Basic SRD SASSA R350 Requirements in Note
- Must be a South African citizen
The applicant must be a citizen of South Africa with all the documents to prove it.
- Permanent resident
The Applicant must have a permanent resident in South Africa
- Refugee registered on the home affairs database
Legal refugees in South Africa who are registered in the Department of Home Affairs database can also apply for the SASSA R350 grant.
- Holders of special permits or asylum seekers with valid visas
Holders of special permits of asylum seekers with valid visas are also qualified to apply for the relief grant.
- Currently residing within the borders of South Africa
Another major factor to be considered is whether the applicant is residing in South Africa at the time of Application. South African citizens residing in other countries are not qualified to apply for the SASSA grant.
- Must be between 18 and 60 years old
The applicant must also be unemployed at the time of application. Gainfully employed persons are not qualified to apply.