Domestic Violence is regarded as a serious social evil and South Africa is one of the countries with high incidences of domestic violence. The Domestic Violence Act, 1998 (Act 116 of 1998) was enacted with the main purpose to afford the victims of domestic violence maximum protection from domestic abuse that the law can provide. The Act further introduced measures which seek to ensure that relevant organs of state give full effect to the provisions of this Act, and thereby to convey a message that the State is committed to the elimination of domestic violence.
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