The young woman never returned home after she went out to look for her younger sister.
The police in Mhluzi are looking for two men who kidnapped a 17-year-old girl Sunday (07 Oct) this week.
Cops say she was fetching her younger sister but never returned home.
“The matter was reported to the police wherein a missing persons inquiry was then registered and a search instituted through the assistance of the family,” police spokesman Sergeant Geraldine Sedibe said Thursday this week, adding that the girl was found on Tuesday, 09 October 2018, at Extension 08 in Mhluzi after a thorough search.
“Information at police disposal reveal that the victim was allegedly kidnapped by the suspects who held her captive for two days,” Sedibe said.
The Middelburg cops are investigating a case of kidnapping and asking anybody with information to call 072 216 7505 or 08600 10111.
Ngomane came himself to receive and sign the memorandum from the various political formations outside the Klipfontein police station in eMalahleni.
Members of the community march to the Klipfontein police station in eMalahleni.
The word ‘trash’, used to describe abusive men, went viral on social networks following the gruesome killing of Karabo Mokoena in Johannesburg.
Her death caused national outrage after her 27-year-old boyfriend, Sandile Mantsoe, was arrested and charged with her murder and defeating the ends of justice after it emerged he allegedly killed and transported her lifeless body to a ditch in Bramley where he dumped her, doused her in acid and petrol and set her alight, burning her beyond recognition.
22-year-old Karabo Mokoena.
“We have noted with abhorrence the recent acts of ambush and tragic killings of women by men who are perceived to be their loved ones and escalating perpetual child abuse, as the ANC Youth League, we condemn and admonish these acts of barbarism and strongly highlight that they don’t have space in our society,” Machike said.
“And anybody found to be a perpetrator of such ought to be dealt with harshly by the law enforcement agencies,” he said.
Two NGOs are heading to the Tshwane High Court to force government to respect the constitutional rights of people with regard to the air pollution being caused by Mpumalanga’s Sasol and Eskom power plants.