Asked by ZanazoG
on 11-03-2020 23:53:21
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
I'm Gugu and I live with my mother, little sister and father. They have been traditionally (lobola) married for 19 years. Recently they've been having their differences that made my father to cheat on my mother with another woman for 1 year. Recently my father has been giving my mother threats of moving out of his house or being obedient whilst he knows we have no where else to go. In the past months my father placed an ad on property24 selling the house without telling my mother, knowing that whenever the house is sold, he will evict us immediately. My father is planning on bringing another woman in the house whilst my mother is still living in the house. This is truly affecting my mother but she doesn't know what to do as she is emotionally destroyed. Will there be any other alternative way to receive assistance or we just need to leave the house and forget?
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