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July 2024 SASSA childcare grants disbursed this week

The South African Social Security Agency is mandated by law to provide assistance for any and all poor families with minors through July 2024 SASSA childcare grants. And the next payment of childcare grants will be later this week, on Thursday 4 July 2024.

Therefore, if you are a poor family or single parent who needs assistance to support a child, here’s everything there is to know about July 2024 SASSA childcare grants. Plus, how to apply for government aid no matter your situation. The new Minister of Social Development, Sisisi Tholale, is also President of the ANC Women’s League (ANCWL), so experts predict she will be sympathetic to the plight of young mothers and children.

JULY 2024 SASSA CHILDCARE GRANTS  

You won’t have to wait much longer for July 2024 SASSA childcare grants to be paid. Image: File

Of the three July 2024 SASSA childcare grants that will be disbursed this week, the most prevalent is Child Support. This takes the form of R530 per month and is paid to approximately 13-million recipients. This amount was increased in April 2024 by the agency. Then there is Child Care Dependency, which currently pays R2 180 per month. This is for disabled children who need constant care and at-home attention. And, finally, there is Foster Child support from SASSA. This applies if you are a court-mandated foster parent to a minor and require additional financial support of R1 180 per month.

To apply for SASSA Child Support in July 2024, your banking records must reflect that your annual income is less than R105 600, or R8 800 per month (if married). And R52 800, or R4 400 per month (if single). All potential beneficiaries should note they cannot have more than one grant at the same time. This is simply a rule from the agency.

APPLICATIONS FOR SASSA CHILDCARE GRANTS

July 2024 SASSA childcare grants
Meet the new custodian of July 2024 SASSA childcare grants. Experts predict the ANCWL President will be sympathetic to the plight of struggling mothers in Mzansi. image: File

You must provide the agency with all the particulars of you and your child. Sadly, the application forms cannot be downloaded/completed beforehand. Therefore, you will have to visit your nearest SASSA office to apply in-person.

  • The child in question must younger than 18-years of age.
  • You must be the child’s primary caregiver.
  • South African citizens, permanent residents, and refugees in the country are eligible.
  • You must reside permanently in South Africa.
  • Both applicants and spouses must pass the aforementioned means test.
  • The child cannot be cared for in a state institution.

DOCUMENTS YOU MUST PROVIDE THE AGENCY

July 2024 SASSA childcare grants
Check out all the documents you need for your SASSA childcare application. Image: File
  • A certified copy of the applicant’s ID. 
  • Certified copy of the child’s ID and/or birth certificate.
  • Certified evidence of spousal relationship or marital status (for example, your marriage certificate, divorce decree, death certificate).
  • Certified copy of the spouse’s ID (if married).
  • Declaration of proof of income.
  • If no income, an affidavit attesting to the fact is required.
  • Evidence that the applicant is the child’s primary caregiver.
  • Any proof the child attends school.
  • Certified copy of three-month bank statement as confirmation of banking details.

SASSA CHILDCARE PAY FOR THE REST OF 2024

July 2024 SASSA childcare grants
Be sure to diarise the following dates for childcare grant payments. Image: File
  • Thursday 4 July 2024 (upcoming).
  • Tuesday 6 August 2024.
  • Thursday 5 September 2024.
  • Friday 4 October 2024.
  • Thursday 7 November 2024.
  • Thursday 5 December 2024.

HAVE YOUR SAY

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What would you like to see happen in the future to SASSA childcare grants? Image: File

Do you think the new Minister will make any difference to the efficacy of July 2024 SASSA childcare grants? Are you satisfied with the service delivered by the agency in general? Be sure to share your thoughts with our audience in the comments section below. And don’t forget to follow us @TheSANews on X and The South African on Facebook for the latest updates.

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