South African Girls and Women have been victims of kidnappings, disappearing and violent deaths. Over the past week they have been trending on social media. Below is a list of 10 South African Girls and Women Who Are Currently Missing.
Siphelele Kila ( 15 year old)
A missing person’s case was opened for investigation on 08 September 2019. According to the aunt of the 15-year-old Siphelele Kila, she was sent by her grandmother to the shop in Joza. She was wearing white top, black tight and pink sandals. Any person with information on the missing teenager to contact the crime stops number on 0860010111 or the investigating officer Captain Anton Annandale on 082 301 9703.
Sithembile Ncwane (23)
KwaDabeka police are searching for Sithembile Ncwane (23) from KwaDabeka who was allegedly kidnapped last night.It is alleged that the victim was walking along Khululeka drive when she texted her mother that there was a suspicious vehicle that was following her. She requested her mother to call her back after two minutes to check on her. When the mother phoned back, her cellphone was already off. Sithembile has not been seen since and despite a search that has been conducted, she has not been found. A case of kidnapping has been opened at KwaDabeka police station for investigation. Anyone with information on her whereabouts can contact Captain Simphiwe Nene on 079 5000 299 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
Mikayla Pieters (17)
Delft police is seeking the assistance of the public to trace Mikayla Pieters (17) who was reported missing by her mother yesterday. She was last seen on Saturday, 31 August 2019 at 16:30, leaving Delft in an Elsies River taxi.At the time of her disappearance, Mikayla was wearing a navy jeans and a pink top. Any person who can assist police with her whereabouts is kindly requested to contact Sergeant Christina Meyer of the Delft FCS on 0834979928 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
Algoa Park detectives are urgently trying to trace a 29-year-old woman who went missing from her home in Milkwood Street in Algoa Park on Monday, 12 August 2019 and has not yet returned. According to police information, Nombeko Qalaka left home in the morning to take a child to Ebenezer School. This is routine as every day and she picks up the child in the afternoon as well. On this day, the child was not picked up from school. She was last wearing a blue shirt and white pants with navy blue shoes. Anyone who may have seen Ms Qalaka or may know of her whereabouts is asked to contact D/Sgt N Xatasi on 041 4091000 or 078 957 1160 or Crime Stop 08600 10111.
Amahle Mjaca (17 years old )
The police in Mt Ayliff seek assistance in finding 17-year-old Amahle Mjaca from Lugelweni Loc, in Mount Ayliff. On 28 December 2018, Amahle Mjaca went to Mount Ayliff town, and she has since never returned back home. Before she went missing, she was wearing a short white dress. She’s light or fair in complexion. Anyone who can assist in finding her or has seen her can contact Capt Ngcobo of Mount Ayliff SAPS on 073 985 6202 \ 072 524 1329 or alternatively the Crime Stop number 08600 10111.
The Kagisho police are appealing to the community to assist them in tracing Magdaline Williams (15) who was reported missing at Kagisho Police Station on Monday, 19 August 2019. She was last seen on Friday, 16 August 2019 at Naledi Street, Kwa Nobantu at about 07:30. She was reported missing by her mother residing at Ramatshela Street. She is a grade 9 learner at Tetlanyo High school. Anyone who might have information about her whereabouts is requested to contact Warrant Officer, Moses Vorster of Kagisho Police Station on 082 469 2037 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
Phuti Petronella Manamela ( 21 years old)
A search operation have been launched by Police in Matlala outside Polokwane, after the mysterious disappearance of a 22-year-old woman, Phuti Petronella Manamela who went missing on 27 August 2019. It is alleged that Petronella departed from her place of residence at Tibanefontein Village to SASSA offices that are situated in Ceres, in the Moletji area.
Maswanganyi Matodzi (18 years old )
Maswanganyi Matodzi from Tshisaulu village, allegedly left her home at about 20:30, without informing anyone where she was going. She is medium built, average in height and medium in complexion. It is not clear what type of clothes she was wearing at the time of her disappearance.
While police search operation for this woman is ongoing, anyone who knows anything about her whereabouts, may contact Detective Warrant Officer Mawela at 083 364 2826 or 015 960 1000, the crime stop number 08600 10111 or the nearest police station.