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2017-05-11 06:03

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The Cape Town Child Welfare Society is looking for the biological parents of the children listed below.

Lungile Nonoka is the father of Azola Mgadi (15 years old).

According to the society Nonoka was last seen in Rustenberg, and is needed concerning the child concerned.

Nkululeko Ngxukumeshe, the father of lisakhanya Ngxukuneshe (6 years old) is also wanted by social workers.

Ngxukumeshe was last seen in Khayelitsha , and is also needed concerning his child.

Bafana Kasongo, who is originally from Zimbabwe is the biological father of a three year old female and two year old male.

Kasongo is needed regarding the female child. It is alleged that he took the girl child from hergrandmother in Phumlani Village.

Nokubonga Duda and Thabiso Motebele who are biological parents of Mihlali Duda (6 years old) are also sought by this society.

Motebele was last seen in Phillippi whilst Nokubonga was last seen in Lotus River.or Lucy Priscilla Taylor and Khaya Hendrick Segonegowho gave birth to two children, a girl aged 4 and a 6 year old boy.

They were last seen in Langa and their children are under the care of social workers.

Nyameka Mba the biological mother of two female children (3 months) and (3 years). She was last seen in Langa area, and is needed concerning her children in our care.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts can contact the social worker Ms. S. Tungilizwe, Mr. T. Kahonde or Ms. P. Matambanadzo on 021 6383127 or via email on : Investigations5@helpkids.org.za

Meanwhile the Department of Social Development Khayelitsha is looking for the following parents :

. Nozibele Ndinisa who left her child with maternal family in Kleinmond.

. Zandile Gxabeka who left her child with her maternal grandmother

. The biological mother of Banele Desemela who left her child with his paternal aunt. Call Leandre Samuels on 021 011 1140 or via email on : Leandre.Samuels@westerncape.gov.za

The Department of Social Development is looking for Mr. Edward Mokone in connection with his daughter Palesa Lesoetsa. They are also looking for Ms. Zandile Shumane in connecting with her child, Onako Shumane.

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