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Yes, if she relies on you for financial support.
The municipality should help you, but you may have better luck contacting a humanitarian organisation.
It could mean that the application was withdrawn by the municipality.
It depends on whether the person has testamentary capacity, which is explained below.
If you earn between R3,500 and R22,000, you qualify for "gap" housing, like the Finance Linked Individual Subsidy Programme.
No, it's illegal - the municipality would consider this as land invasion.
Yes, the municipality is supposed to give preference to a disabled person applying for an RDP house.
Under the PIE Act, you cannot be evicted without a court order. You might be able to transfer the house to your name.
Yes, but only if she has owned the property for more than eight years.
The Intestate Succession Act of 1987 applies