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It is unconstitutional to be prevented from writing your matric without an ID or other documentation. Your father can make a sworn affidavit to help your ID application.
Nigerian laws are different to ours, but an order from a South African court may help your case.
You have to contact SASSA.
There are a few possible options, but the best route may be to get legal help.
It may be possible if you can get a certified copy of their ID.
Unfortunately, Home Affairs does not grant visitor's visas to people who apply in terms of their minor South African children.
You will likely need a late registration of birth certificate but you can apply for a temporary ID in the meantime.
There are a few organisations that offer assistance, shelter, counselling, legal support and educational programmes
You and the mother/s will need a court order to compel the fund to do this.
Yes, but you may need help to get Home Affairs to comply.