Concern over missing Harding woman

2017-12-15 06:00
PHOTO: suppliedThe missing Nomathamsanqa Mzuzu.

PHOTO: suppliedThe missing Nomathamsanqa Mzuzu.

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SIPHELELE NKETO

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THE family of Nomathamsanqa Mzuzu (41), are worried after she failed to return home on November 28, and has not been seen since.

A missing person’s inquiry has been opened with Harding SAPS.

She has been the manager of a Harding restaurant since 2015.

Her brother Sabelo said she disappeared while on her way to meet her family in Kokstad that day.

“We heard that while hitchhiking at about 11am, an unknown man robbed her of her cellphone and handbag in Harding.

She then went with another man to the Harding Police Station where she opened a common robbery case, and left,” said Sabelo.

He said the police showed the family a case number as proof that she had opened a common robbery case at 1pm.

The next day the restaurant staff contacted her landlord after she didn’t report for duty.

The community, colleagues and her family searched for her, but couldn’t find her, and reported her missing.

“We confirm a missing person’s docket was opened for investigation at Harding SAPS and she is still being sought by police.

“Anyone with information on her whereabouts must contact Harding SAPS on 039 4331 055/1717 or 08600 10111,” said KZN SAPS provincial spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Thulani Zwane.

He said no one has been taken in for questioning in relation to the whereabouts of Mzuzu.

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