Sabie mother who went to visit Joburg for festive season now missing

She had gone to visit her own mom in Eldorado Park on 23 December 2018.


A 48-year-old mom who went to visit her mom in Joburg during the festive season has now been reported missing together with her son.

Their case was opened this week Sunday at the Sabie police station by her husband.

She is Patricia Hummenburg and her son is Liren Tembe.

The police in Mpumalanga said Patricia left Sabie on 23 December 2018 to visit her mom in Eldorado Park, Johannesburg.

She was with her son when she left and both stayed there in Eldos until 4 January 2019 when she told her husband that she was coming back home.

Sabie mother who went to visit Joburg for festive season now missing

Liren Tembe who is missing

The husband deposited money for them to return home on the 4 January.

Patricia confirmed receiving the money and said that she was now on her way back.

Later on that when the husband tried to call them their phones were off and have been off ever since.

Anyone with information should call the cops on 072 408 2665 or 08600 10111.

(edited by ZK)

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KwaMhlanga police looking for missing girl

Since 6 October 2017, the family of 16-year-old Amogelang Elsa Rammone has been looking for her without success.


The police in Mpumalanga are asking the public to assist them find a missingĀ child from KwaMhlanga.

She from her home of Mokgobong section in Marapyane, KwaMhlanga wearing blue pair of jeans, a black top, a white beanie and a pair of white All Star takkies at around 10h30 on the morning of 6 October 2017.

The police in Mmametlhake say the 16-year-old Amogelang was attending Khamane High School as a Grade 10 pupil and her parents are worried after she’s beenĀ  missing for two weeks now.

“She allegedly informed her mother that she was visiting a friend at a nearby village and later that evening at around 19h30 she called her mother only for the call to be terminated and that was the last time she heard from her,” Brigadier Leonard Hlathi of the cops said.

Police are asking anybody who can assist to call them on 079 499 5506 or 08600 10111.

(edited by ZK)

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