SASSA PAYMENT DATES: SASSA  reminds all  its  beneficiaries  that  social  grants  get  paid  out  from  the  1st  of every  month  and  remains that  unless  announced  otherwise.

In Recent times, payment of social grant is available electronically. Beneficiaries have a choice to choose from receiving their social grants through their own bank accounts, or through the new gold SASSA card.

The  South  African  Social  Security  Agency  (SASSA) says that social  grants  payments for  the  month  of February  will  began on  the 1st working day of each month for  electronic  payments  at  banks, merchants,  ATM’s  and  SAPO  outlets.



Bank Account Payment options available

Did you know that you have an option to receive your social grant anytime and anywhere using your own account with your bank of choice?
If not, follow the following three(3) easy steps:
You can open an account with any bank of your choice;
You can use your existing active bank account with any bank to receive your grant

STEP 2: Obtain a SASSA form(Annexure C – Request for Bank Payment) and
get it completed by the bank of your choice.

STEP 3: Submit your SASSA form with your bank details and bank stamp to your nearest SASSA office.

Beneficiaries are advised to select “Cheque Account” when transacting at the ATM. Like any other bank card, this card too has a daily limit of R2000. Should the beneficiary wish to increase the daily limit, the beneficiary needs to make the arrangement with SAPO as the bank.​

Call  SASSA  toll  free  on  0800  60  10  11  or  customer  care line  at  043  707  6300/6335  for all enquiries.

The following fees will be charged directly to the beneficiary account for all transactions which exceed the above bundle:

Purchases and combined purchases and cash back​​ ​Free
​2nd and further replacement chip cards ​R26.00 per card
​Cash Back withdrawals at Retail Merchants ​R1.50 per transaction
​ATM balance enquiry ​R1.60 per enqu​iry
​Rejected ATM transactions ​R1.60 per transaction
​Rejected ATM transactions with card swallowed ​R1.60 per transaction

Major Top Banks in South Africa

  • African Bank
  • Bidvest Bank
  • Capitec Bank
  • First National Bank
  • FirstRand Bank
  • Grindrod Bank
  • Nedbank
  • Rand Merchant Bank
  • Standard Bank
  • Ubank Limited

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