A gloomy season for desperate mothers looking for their missing children

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“We don’t have specific statistics of the number of children who’ve disappeared, except the 2013 ones, which stated that a child went missing every five hours”. Picture: iStock
“We don’t have specific statistics of the number of children who’ve disappeared, except the 2013 ones, which stated that a child went missing every five hours”. Picture: iStock

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Unfortunately, for others, a sad and different reality awaits as they continue to look for loved ones who went missing during the Covid-19 lockdown period.

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