Gogo re-united with family

2015-07-02 06:00


Gogo Tsoadie Matutu was reunited with  her family.

Gogo Tsoadie Matutu was reunited with her family.

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Matutu Tsoadie’s(pictured) living conditions are such an eyesore that members of her community have sent out an emergency call to all who know her daughters to come forward with their details. Gogo Tsoadie stays alone in Site C, and says her children’s names are Nosicelo and Nontsikelelo Singaphi, from Colesberg and Bethuel. If you know them call 0812471852.

Matutu Tsoadie’s(pictured) living conditions are such an eyesore that members of her community have sent out an emergency call to all who know her daughters to come forward with their details. Gogo Tsoadie stays alone in Site C, and says her children’s names are Nosicelo and Nontsikelelo Singaphi, from Colesberg and Bethuel. If you know them call 0812471852.

City Vision has once more proved its might when it connected a neglected old woman with her long lost family.

On April 24 under the headline: “Ugogo ufunisa ngabantwana bakhe”, we detailed Gogo Matutu Tsoadie’s living conditions in her Site C shack.

It was such an eyesore that members of the community sent out an emergency call to all who know her children to come forward.

Within weeks of publishing that sad story, good news emerged!

Thobela Mayekiso, a neighbour, said working together with social workers, they have managed to trace her off-spring in Ventersdorp.

The children arrived last Friday and started making arrangements for taking their mother back home.

“Without City Vision, we would not have made this breakthrough,” said Mayekiso.

)Meanwhile June Crowley has not given up searching for her former domestic worker, Cynthia, whom she last saw three years ago.

“I have tried on numerous occasions to contact her on the cellphone number in my possession to no avail.

I also lost all her personal details when I moved,” she said.

Crowley said Cynthia lived in Greenpoint and her husband’s name was Solomon.

If you know Cynthia call this number: 0823517180.

Matutu Tsoadie’s(pictured) living conditions are such an eyesore that members of her community have sent out an emergency call to all who know her daughters to come forward with their details. Gogo Tsoadie stays alone in Site C, and says her children’s names are Nosicelo and Nontsikelelo Singaphi, from Colesberg and Bethuel. If you know them call 0812471852

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