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There are a few possible options, but the best route may be to get legal help.
Yes, but you may need help to get Home Affairs to comply.
You can contact Childline South Africa. Social workers try to help parents look after their children better.
You may need legal intervention to compel Social Services to issue the required documentation for Home Affairs.
Yes, as long as you have some kind of proof of identity.
The Constitutional Court ruled in July 2020 that children born in other countries with at least one South African parent are entitled to citizenship
Excluding ZEP holders from accessing school fees exemption is not in line with the spirit of the Constitution or the Schools Act.
Ask the local municipal offices if they can help your mother to acquire title deeds after her 20-year occupation.
You may need legal assistance.
The SRC has mistaken its mandate, which is to lead, represent and defend the student body according to the SRC Constitution, in favour of asserting its own ideological preferences.