Post OFFICE says that it has fixed the technical problems that blocked the withdrawals of R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grants, meaning beneficiaries can again access their funds. Post Office To Resume Paying R350 Grants
“SRD grant payments through our retail merchant partners that include Pick n Pay, Boxer, Checkers and Usave have also been fully restored and beneficiaries are able to access their grant monies through these channels,” the bank said in a statement. SA Post Office branches no longer make SRD R350 grant payments.
“Customers can now access full Postbank services across many of our channels that include ATMs, retail merchants and in-branch transactions.”
On Friday, Fin24 reported that the state-owned bank had experienced a technical outage which stopped most of the 10.5 million applicants for the latest round of grants from accessing their grants.
Those who where declined, from tomorrow 27 Monday is their chance to appeal (SPECIAL APPEAL)
for SRD grant. This appeal is for those who applied from April to June only.
And for those who where approved for June, they will start getting another R350 this week, and status will start changing from tomorrow accordingly.
To know which way you must follow for this special appeal, and those who where approved for June and got payment and they want to know when is their next /another (April & May) payment dates
Exclusionary Response found :
The application has been declined because the information provided during the application process on the online application form, indicates that the applicant is already receiving the flow of funding, income or supports of funds with is more than R350. 00 per month or the applicant stays in the government facility and therefore doesn’t qualify for the grant.