How to Collect R350 Grant at ShopRite?

How to Collect R350 Grant at ShopRite in 2024?

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By Anele Zulu

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) provides the R350 grant to assist unemployed South Africans during difficult financial times. If you have been approved to receive this monetary assistance, you can now collect your R350 grant at ShopRite retail stores nationwide.

This article provides a step-by-step guide on how to change your SASSA R350 payment method to ShopRite to withdraw your grant conveniently. Before that we would suggest you to check the status of your R350 application on our website at SASSA SRD Status Check.

Change SASSA R350 Payment Method to ShopRite

To collect your R350 grant money at ShopRite, you first need to change your SASSA payout method. Here is the process:

  1. Go to the SASSA Banking Details page on the SRD website
  2. Verify your identity by providing your ID number and contact details
  3. Click on “Change Payment Method” and select “ShopRite” as your new payout option
  4. Enter the OTP code sent to your phone and submit the payment form
  5. Wait 14 days for SASSA to process the changed payment method

Once approved, you will receive an SMS notification from SASSA confirming ShopRite as your new R350 payout store.

This process works for changing from Post Office or other payment methods to ShopRite.

Collect R350 SASSA Grant at ShopRite

After changing your payout method, follow this process to withdraw your money:

  1. Visit your nearest ShopRite store during working hours
  2. Request the cashier for R350 grant withdrawal
  3. Provide your ID and the phone number used for application
  4. Show the SASSA SMS confirming that month’s R350 amount
  5. The cashier will verify your details on the SASSA system
  6. After verification, you can collect cash up to the approved amount

This straightforward process takes around 5-10 minutes for verification and payout at ShopRite stores across South Africa.

Documents Needed for Collection of Grant

Carry these documents whenever visiting ShopRite to collect your R350 SASSA grant:

  • Original ID card or asylum document
  • Phone number used for SRD application
  • SASSA SMS showing approved amount for that month

How to Change From Post Office to ShopRite?

If you currently receive your R350 grant at the Post Office, you can easily change it to ShopRite by following the first process to update your SASSA banking details. This allows you to avoid long queues and withdraw cash conveniently from a ShopRite near you.

The steps are the same for everyone who gets SRD grants like Older Person’s, Disability, Child Support, Care Dependency, Foster Child, and War Veteran’s.

Follow the simple SMS notification method every month and withdraw your approved funds from ShopRite without hassle.

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