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How To Check My Sassa Balance?

What is Sassa?

South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) is a South African government-run social security agency that provides cash grants to those who qualify. The grants, which are funded by the state and administered by the Department of Social Development, provide monthly payments for basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter. They also help with medical costs associated with disability or illness.

How To Check My Sassa Balance

If you receive a grant from Sassa there are several ways in which you can check the balance on your account. Below we’ll discuss how to do this online using the mySassa App as well as how to use their website or make an enquiry over the phone:

Using The MySassa App

The first option is to use their mobile app – mySassa – available for Android and iOS devices. With this app you can easily track your payments and check your balance at any time from anywhere with an internet connection. All you need to do is download it from either Google Play Store or Apple App Store, create an account using your personal details such as ID number, name and surname then log in each time you want to view information about your grant including its current balance..

Using Their Website

Another way of checking your balance is through their website www.sassaauthserviceprovider.coza . Once logged in go into ‘My Payments’ where all payment transactions will be listed along with its corresponding date & amount paid out so far during that period of time – giving users a detailed overview of what they have received thus far plus what should still be coming due before month end..

Enquiries Over The Phone

The final method would be making a direct inquiry over the phone by calling 0800 722 437 between 08:00am – 05:00pm Mondays–Fridays except on public holidays when no service will be provided but automated messages will keep customers informed if anything changes due COVID19 pandemic lockdowns etceteras…


In conclusion these three methods –mySASSASA Mobile APP , Website & Telephone Enquiries- should suffice until further notice allowing citizens across South Africa access to much needed financial services without having step outside unnecessarily during lockdown periods whilst keeping updated regarding balances owed them without having wait long queues at post offices like was done years ago!

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