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They might. It would be best to contact an organisation that specialises in immigration matters.
It will be difficult. as they may not qualify for other visas in the Immigration Act.
Yes, if Home Affairs accepts the ID number on your birth certificate.
Home Affairs should help you, but you will have to give a "good and sufficient reason"
Yes because you do not have to live together. There is no minimum period of marriage either.
No, you need to apply for a life partner visa.
Yes, they should if at least one parent is a South African citizen.
You can approach one of the organisations that work with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
You need an alternative visa to stay in South Africa. If you can't get one, your child will probably have to go back to Zimbabwe with you.
Home Affairs has been particularly inefficient since the Covid restrictions were implemented.