SASSA R350 Grant Application Online Application

SASSA has a new application for the R350 grant. This is great news for those who qualify for this grant, and it’s also great news for SASSA because it means they’re able to help more people with their financial troubles.

The SASSA R350 grant is available to South Africans who are over 60 years old and have a pension of less than R3500 per month. You can apply online here:

SASSA R350 Grant Application Online Application

Following are criteria for R350 online grants;

You need to be living in South Africa.

You must be a South African citizen. A citizen is anyone who was born in South Africa, or who has been granted permanent residence by the Department of Home Affairs or any other body authorised to grant such status.

You must be between the ages of 18 and 59 years old.

You must have a valid ID number (in most cases, your National Registration Number). If you are not yet registered for a National Registration Number, you may submit your old passport instead as proof of identity and age.

You must have a valid SASSA grant number (if applicable).

This can be found on an old social grant slip or letter from SASSA stating that you qualify for child support grants – if you do not have these documents, then please contact your nearest office for assistance obtaining them.

Your SASSA grant number.

If you are applying for a SASSA grant, then you will have to fill in a few details about yourself. The first set of personal information that you need to supply is your name and surname.

Next, it is important that you provide your ID number or birth certificate number. This is because this information will be used by the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) when they verify your identity with their database.

The next thing that they require from applicants using the mygov portal or filling out paper applications is an R-number or reference number which acts as identification for beneficiaries who want to apply online at www.sassagrantonlineapplication.coza; this reference number can be found on any document issued by SASSA such as:

Youwill receive an SMS confirming successful registration into eTranzact; this means that everything has been successfully registered into our system and we have received all necessary data from applicants who have submitted applications directly through our system;

Italso means that once an application has been approved by our team members, an SMS confirmation message will be sent back via WhatsApp so as not only does everyone get notified after submitting but also receives proof of completion too!

A similar thing happens when someone fills out more than one form at once – each time an application has been completed successfully (which includes uploading photos), another confirmation message appears stating exactly what stage each individual process currently stands in terms.

This way both parties remain informed throughout every step taken towards receiving payment towards government grants provided by both ourselves at EasyGrants™and Sassa themselves too!

Your ID Number.

Your ID number is your Social Security Number and can be found on your SASSA card, bank statements, or other official documents.

Be sure to click “Yes” or “No” if you ever received any Social Grants.

If you have received a social grant from the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) in the past, please click “Yes”. If you have never received a social grant from Sassa before, please click “No”.

It is important that your application be complete and accurate. If it appears that any information provided on your application is incorrect or incomplete, your application may be rejected. This may include:

  • Missing information about current income-generating activities;
  • Missing information about previous employment history;
  • Incorrect contact details for yourself or any dependents included on your application form (address changes must be notified to SASSA); and/or
  • Information that conflicts with other aspects of the grant application process such as age criteria etc.

If you have received social grants in the past, you will need to register with SASSA again as your application will be invalid without your updated bank details.

If you are registering for the first time and wish to claim a grant, click on “New User” at the bottom of this page when prompted.

You must:

  • Be between 18 and 59 years old;
  • Be living in South Africa; and
  • Have a valid ID number (if applying online).
  • 3 months’ banking statements as proof of no income.
  • The bank statements must be from the last three months and must be in the name of the applicant.
  • The bank statement should show that you have no income during these last 3 months.
  • If you do not have a South African bank account, we will accept international statements as long as they are not older than 3 months.

How To Apply for the R350 Coronavirus Grant

  • Apply online at

You must be 18 years old or older to apply for the R350 coronavirus grant. To be eligible, you must also live in South Africa and have a valid ID number (if you don’t know your ID number, call 0800 567 788).

Complete all sections of the application form and ensure that all fields are filled in correctly. If information is missing or incorrect, your application may not be processed correctly and cannot be refunded if it is rejected due to incomplete or incorrectly filled in details on your part.

Save a copy of your application on your computer before submitting.

Printout a copy of your completed application form once submitted successfully so that it can be used as proof if needed.

Submitan account statement for every month for three months with no income recorded such as salaries as proof that there was no income during this period of time (e-mailed statements will not suffice).


If you are a South African citizen and in need of financial assistance, then please remember to apply for the Coronavirus Grant within the next month. You can do this by filling out an online application on the Sassa website.

The process is fairly simple and should take no more than 15 minutes or so depending on how much information you have available at hand before applying.”

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