The South African Social Security Agency was introduced in the year 2005. The main purpose of this agency is to assist South Africans financially, especially those who find themselves living in extreme poverty. The agency distributes different types of grants to citizens in the country, from child grants, foster child grants, and older person grants. To qualify for the grant being provided by SASSA, there are requirements and steps that people need to follow.
So far, since the introduction of the ground, it has assisted many individuals in the country, especially because some people are totally dependent on only the money that they receive from the government to survive on a day-to-day basis. This is due to the high unemployment rate in the country as well as the poverty that some people find themselves in, which most especially was caused by a system that disadvantaged especially African people in the country.
Every month, the different grants are paid out to the beneficiaries on specific days, and these are collected at the front pay points like supermarkets and the post office. Many people have been wondering when the June payments will be distributed out for this year, and the good news is that SASSA has shared the payment dates for June. Beneficiaries will still continue getting their grants at the post office, except for the R350 unemployment grant that was introduced in the year 2020. The SASSA
payment dates go as follows: older people will get paid on the second of June; disability grants will be paid out on the third of June; and children's grants on the sixth of June. Beneficiaries of the R350 grant will receive their money at the different retail locations.
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