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Tue Jun 28 03:59:35 CAT 2016

State prosecutor does not respond to child maintenance issues: iLIVE

Nadya Brand | 15 February, 2013 12:53
A baby's foot. File photo.
Image by: Calmtwood/ Flickr.com

I just came across your article ‘Crackdown on child maintenance defaulters’.

If find it shocking that it has taken me 14 months to pursue a maintenance issue with my ex-partner who left to go to England and has not paid maintenance for 16 months now. 

The only person I have to "fight my cause" is the State prosecutor Mr Andile Sityana, who has not responded to a single call or e-mail since November 2012!

I have sent seven e-mails and called countless times.

Most of which he never answers his phone.

Twice I got hold of him, he just panned me off saying he needs to look at the file and get back to me but he never does.

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