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'We left him in the custody of KwaSizabantu' - family fears worst as man still missing 1 year later

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Edwin Subramani.
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When Edwin "Gerald" Subramani checked in to KwaSizabantu Mission's "spiritual needs" facility on 28 September 2019, he was content, eager to get the help he needed to fight his alcoholism at what his family believed was a rehabilitation centre.

His younger sibling, Mervin, remembers saying goodbye to him, giving him some words of encouragement and promising to contact him regularly during his 21-day stay.

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