Child Welfare — Greytown missing persons

CHILD Welfare South Africa Greytown is seeking information on the following persons.

> The whereabouts of the biological father of Snqobile Thusi. The biological mother, Zethu Khanyisile Thusi, is allegedly deceased. The family is originally from Bracken Timbers.

> The whereabouts of the biological father of Manelisi and Asanda Sibongokuhle Xaba. The biological mother, Thobile Petunia Xaba, is deceased. The family is originally from Nhlalakahle.

> The whereabouts of both the biological parents of Hlelokuhle Nzuza. The biological mother is known as Nompumelelo Nzuza. The family is originally from Nhlalakahle.

> The whereabouts of the biological father of Bonga Zakwe. The biological mother is Bongisile Ximba. The family is originally from Seven Oaks.

> The whereabouts of the biological mother’s family of Sboniso Zuma. The biological father is Muntu Zuma. The family is originally from Muden.

> The whereabouts of the biological father of Mfanelo Sibusiso, Clive Nzama. The biological mother, Khethiwe Octavia Nokwanda Zakwe, is deceased. The family is from Nhlalakahle.

> The whereabouts of the biological father of Philasande and Qiniso Scarra Shabalala. The biological mother, Thandi Kinati Ntombela, is deceased.

> The whereabouts of the biological mother of Andiswa and Sinikeziwe Malevu. The family is originally from Eshane.

> The whereabouts of the biological father of Emihle Mncwabe, who is from Xobho. The biological mother is Bazamile Esther Mncwabe.

> The whereabouts of the biological father of Thabo Mncwabe, who is from Xobho. The biological mother is Slindile Tonqo Mncwabe.

> The whereabouts of the biological mother of Sphesihle Mathonsi, Thandazile Mchunu. She is originally from Lesotho. The biological father is Thamsanqa Mathonsi.

Anyone with information on the above missing persons to kindly contact social workers Miss N.P. Kweyama, Miss S.R. Langa, or Miss T. Magwaza, at 033 413 3174 during office hours (8 am to 4 pm).

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