SASSA Reapplication Pending’ R350 Grant Status Solved

SASSA Reapplication Pending’ R350 Grant Status Solved

Sassa R350 grant applicants may choose to check on the progress of their application after submitting it. However, you should check because your Sassa SRD status can be “reapplication waiting.” What you can do regarding your Sassa status and the R350 SRD Grant is outlined below.

In times of hardship, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) grant is a vital source of financial support for many Americans. Generally, the R350 SRD award, which is administered by Sassa, is disbursed without any problems.

Unfortunately, issues do arise, and sometimes people are left wondering if and when they will be paid. So, you should visit Sassa to verify that you will indeed receive the R350 grant.

However, how should one do a Sassa audit?

In response to several inquiries from SRD grantees about their ‘Reapplication Pending’ grant status, the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has provided an official explanation.

This just indicates the current status of the Sassa grant and does not suggest that the agency is actively seeking applications.

When your Sassa application status changes to “Reapplication Pending,” what should you do next?

The next step is to pay R350 on the SRD Sassa website to submit your Sassa application.

What I mean is this:

  • For the online application, visit
  • Input your phone number here.
  • Sassa will send a one-time pin (OTP) to the number you provided during the status check; after clicking “Send SMS,” input the OTP to verify your identity.
  • Carry on with the application by completing the necessary
  • In order for Sassa to verify your identification, residency, income, or social security benefits after you’ve submitted your online application, you must provide your consent.

Applicants are strongly advised to sign the statement and consent as well.

Sassa suggests that applicants submit just one application rather than several. You will receive an acknowledgement email after your application has been submitted successfully. At that point, you’ll know that they’ve reviewed your Sassa information and started processing your application.

The status of Sassa grants should be checked frequently because recipients have reported many issues.