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How much is SASSA payment for kids

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) distributes grants in terms of the Social Assistance Act. Under the framework of the act, Sassa oversees the implementation of various social assistance programs. This includes the distribution of social grants to vulnerable people living in South Africa. 

Permanent grants distributed by Sassa include the Older Persons grant, War Veterans grant, Disability grant, Foster Child grant, Care Dependency grant, Child Support Grant, Top-up Child Support grant and the Grant in Aid.

Here’s a Breakdown Sassa Grant Amounts

Grant Type Grant payment received 
Old Age Grant (below 75 years old) R2090
Old Age Grant (above 75 years old) R2110 
War Veterans GrantR2110 
Disability Grant R2090
Foster Child Grant R1130
Care Dependency Grant R2090
Child  Support Grant R510
Child Support Grant Top-Up R250
Grant in Aid R510
SRD GrantR350
The Child Support Grant provided by the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) was typically set at a monthly amount of R510 per eligible child. However, it’s important to note that grant amounts may be subject to periodic adjustments by the government, and these adjustments are often announced as part of the annual budget.
For the most current and accurate information regarding the Child Support Grant amount, it is recommended to check the official SASSA website, contact the SASSA helpline at 0800 60 10 11, or visit a local SASSA office. Changes in grant amounts or policies can occur, and relying on the latest information from official sources is crucial.
Keep in mind that the Child Support Grant is intended to provide financial support to primary caregivers of children in need, and eligibility criteria, application processes, and grant amounts may be subject to change.
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