If you suspect that there is fraud or abuse of the Sassa grant system, you can report it to the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA). SASSA is responsible for the administration of social grants in South Africa.
Here are some ways you can report fraud or abuse:
- Contact SASSA: You can call SASSA’s fraud hotline at 0800 601 011 or visit your nearest SASSA office to report any suspected fraud or abuse.
- Use the SASSA online reporting form: SASSA has an online reporting form that you can use to report fraud or abuse. You can access the form at https://www.sassa.gov.za/report-fraud-or-abuse.
- Contact the South African Police Service (SAPS): If you believe that a crime has been committed, you can report it to the SAPS. You can find your nearest police station by visiting the SAPS website at https://www.saps.gov.za/contact_us/contact_us.php.
It is important to report any suspected fraud or abuse to the appropriate authorities so that they can investigate and take appropriate action.