Operation Isondlo

No mercy for maintenance defaulters

Since the commencement of Operation Isondlo in April this year, authorities have paid out over R1,7 million to maintenance beneficiaries across the Western Cape. Spearheading the campaign, the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development provincial head Advocate Hisham Mohamed said R1, 6 million in child support was paid from attaching[…]

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Maintenence defaulters: no place to hide

Around six women from different areas on the cape flats, financially crippled by their ex-husbands who failed to pay maintenance for decades, received cheques from R200 to R180 000 on Wednesday. The hand-over was conducted during a briefing session by the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DOJCD) to the[…]

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Cape man owes R113 600 maintenence

The Western Cape’s top child maintenance defaulter, who owes R113,600, appeared in the Mitchells Plain Magistrate’s Court on Thursday, the justice department said. The court heard that Faizel Petersen, 39, had not paid maintenance for his four minor children since last year, said regional departmental head Hishaam Mohamed. Petersen was[…]

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WCape man owes R113,600 in maintenance

The Western Cape’s top child maintenance defaulter, who owes R113,600, appeared in the Mitchells Plain Magistrate’s Court on Thursday, the justice department said. The court heard that Faizel Petersen, 39, had not paid maintenance for his four minor children since last year, said regional departmental head Hishaam Mohamed. Petersen was[…]

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DoJ to intensify campaign against defaulters

Ahead of the annual 16 Days of Activism for violence against women and children, the Department of Justice is intensifying awareness around its Operation Isondlo. The campaign seeks to tackle maintenance defaulters, by enforcing stricter regulations that ensure individuals are unable to forgo their financial and parental obligations. Department regional[…]

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