Missing Daughter Returns Home After 11 Days

Member of the family confirms Manana Matemotja’s return home today. The 16 year-old girl was missing since the 8th of April 2020. The case was opened and residents were urged to assist with the search of Manana.

She was later seen in Lusaka, far East of Mamelodi. No one came forth with the information on where Manana was for the past 11 days.

Today Manana returned home “okay” and is it not yet know where she was all along.

At the moment it is not clear if the police are informed about her return.

The family is not reached for a comment.

By: Fortunate Machaba

Family Plead Search of Missing Daughter in Mamelodi

The family of Manana Matemotja, a 16 year-old missing girl pleads to Mamelodi residents to assist with finding their daughter.

Manana was allegedly last seen at far East of Mamelodi in an area called Lusaka.

It is not yet known whether or not Manana had friends in Lusaka.

According to source, Manana from Mamelodi West D2, went missing on the 8th of April 2020.

The family has opened a case of a missing person.

Anyone with information is asked to call the numbers provided.

By: Fortunate Machaba

Gauteng Police Searching For Suspects After Robbery In Lusaka Pre-school

Gauteng police are currently searching for suspects after a robbery that took place at Lusaka pre-school in Mamelodi East on Monday.

Preliminary reports indicate that on Monday after midday, a group of 19 international students and two professors arrived at Viva Foundation School in Mamelodi East for an outreach programme. “It is alleged that a group of not less than five armed suspects accosted the visitors and robbed them of personal belongings including: laptops, cellphones, cameras, passports, plane tickets, bags and US dollars,” police spokesperson Brigadier Mathapelo Peters said in a statement on Monday.During the robbery, a school staff member was assaulted by the robbers while one of the public members was struck by a stray bullet by the suspects who allegedly fired shots as they fled the scene. “Police will leave no stone unturned in ensuring that these suspects are found and brought to book,” said Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Elias Mawela said. Police are appealing to the public to come forward with any information leading to the suspects’ arrest. The wounded or assaulted victims were not immediately available for comment.

By: Fortunate Machaba