Post Office Confirms R350 Grant Payment Dates For March

It’s a new month which means that a new set of Sassa grant payment dates are released. The Post Office has now confirmed SRD grant payment dates for this month.

Post Office calls for calm as misinformed grant beneficiaries flock their  offices | Witness
Post Office Confirms R350 Grant Payment Dates

Now that we’ve reached March, it’s important for Sassa beneficiaries to know when they R350 grant payments are ready for them. Here are the Special Relief of Distress (SRD) grant payment dates for March, according to the Post Office.

Collecting your SRD grant by the Post Office is one of the options available to R350 grant beneficiaries. Grantholders who collect their grants from the Post Office have to follow a specific schedule.

The grant payment schedule at the Post Office goes according to the last three digits of beneficiaries’ ID numbers which means that they day you fetch your grant is dependant on your ID number.

Here’s the March payment schedule for SRD grants at the Post Office:

  • 01 March: 083 & 088
  • 02 March: 084 & 089
  • 09 March: 080 and 085
  • 10 March: 081 and 086
  • 11 March: 082 and 087
  • 14 March: 083 and 088
  • 15 March: 084 and 089
  • 16 March: 080 and 085
  • 17 March: 081 and 086
  • 18 March: 082 and 087
  • 22 March: 083 and 088
  • 23 March: 084 and 089
  • 24 March: 080 and 085
  • 25 March: 081 and 086
  • 28 March: 082 and 087
  • 29 March: 083 and 088
  • 30 March: 084 and 089
  • 31 March: 080 and 085

No R350 grant payments are made on 3, 7, and 8 March as these are days that the other Sassa grants are being paid as well as on the 21st as it’s Human Rights Day. Sassa grants are not paid on days other grants are paid, weekends and public holidays.

The Post Office has said that beneficiaries who applied for their SRD grant from their cellphone can also withdraw the grant at Pick n Pay and Boxer supermarkets. If the same phone was used to apply for several grants, then the grant is available only from a Post Office.

Beneficiaries are urged to only come collect their R350 grant payments at Post Offices after receiving an SMS which said that their grant is ready for collection.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *