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You should contact the Department of Social Development, but the baby needs a birth certificate first.
It would be best if you can get another trusted adult to go with you, but sometimes these processes at Home Affairs prove difficult.
There are different steps you can take depending on the drug(s) she uses.
Yes, but only if you have no other means to continue paying maintenance.
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.
Unfortunately, Home Affairs does not grant visitor's visas to people who apply in terms of their minor South African children.
It may be possible if you can get a certified copy of their ID.