SC19 Grant Appeal Status – How to Check

SASSA SC19 Grant Appeal Status Check is meant for SC19 R350 Social Relief of Distress grant applicants who appealed their application rejection.


The R350 Social Relief of Distress (SRD) grant was introduced during the Covid-19 pandemic by the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) to provide financial assistance to individuals between the ages of 18 and 60, who are unemployed and do not receive any other form of income.

Key Notes

  • Ensure that you provide the correct contact number, Sassa will contact you via SMS to inform you of the outcome of your appeal.
  • Your appeal may experience delays due to high volumes of appeals to SASSA for reconsideration. Give at least three months for your appeal to be processed and an outcome to be sent to you. Payments will be made from the date on which you initially submitted your application.
  • Some of the reasons why your Appeals for R350 grant may be rejected is if the applicant does not meet the age requirements for the grant or the applicant may be receiving income, UIF payment, or a bursary.

How To Check Your Appeal Status For The SRD Grant

SC19 Grant Appeal Status is important, We assume you have already lodged your appeal and want to know the status of your appeal. Here is how:

  1. Visit the Sassa appeals website.
  2. Enter your ID number
  3. Enter your cell phone number
  4. Track your R350 grant appeal

SC19 Grant Appeal Status Inquiries

If your application was rejected, you can lodge an appeal for reconsideration. Lodging an appeal is helpful especially when you feel there was a mistake with your outcome.

For inquiries on checking your appeal, contact the Sassa call centre on 0800 601 011.

Who Finalizes SC19 Appeals?

SRD grant appeals are finalized by the Independent Tribunal for Social Assistance Appeals (ITSAA). Further appeals may be made to the high court for judicial review within 180 days of receiving the ITSAA’s decision should you not be satisfied with the final appeal from ITSAA.

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